Publication

Board Nomination Information 2021 – AGM

The role of the Board of Directors (“Board”) of Internet Society Canada Chapter (“ISCC”) is to provide strategic direction and oversight to help guide ISCC as it fulfills its mandate to be a recognized thought leader in the advancement of sound Internet policy development, education and related activities in Canada…...

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ISCC submission to the Commons Committee on Broadcasting in re C-10

Presentation of the Internet Society, Canada Chapter, on Bill C-10, amendments to the Broadcasting Act Greetings, ladies and gentlemen. I am speaking today on behalf of the Internet Society, Canada Chapter. We are the independent Canadian chapter of the worldwide Internet Society. The Internet Society Canada Chapter (ISCC) is a…...

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Response to the Final Report of the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislative Review Panel

The final report of the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislation Review Panel (the Panel) is fundamentally flawed. Its central thrust – to regulate internet content and service providers through both the Broadcasting and Telecommunications acts – is inapt as well as unconstitutional. The two acts are properly narrowly focused to deal…...

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Application for Commission approval to allow the Bell Companies to temporarily block certain verified fraudulent and scam voice calls on a trial basis

CRTC File: 8638-B2-201905879 Submission of the Internet Society Canada Chapter Who we are The Internet Society Canada Chapter (ISCC) is a not-for-profit corporation that engages on internet legal and policy issues to advocate for an open, accessible and affordable internet for Canadians. An open internet means one in which ideas…...

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Study of Broadband Competition in Selected Countries: Lessons for Canada

Download Full Study A study for the Bureau of Competition Policy’s Inquiry into Competition in Broadband Services MARCH 1, 2019 | INTERNET SOCIETY CANADA CHAPTER | TIMOTHY DENTON, CHAIRMAN Introduction This paper addresses the following questions asked as part of the Competition Bureau’s Market Study on Competition in Broadband Service[1]: How do…...

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