Netflix's decision to censor an episode of comedian Hasan Minhaj's series, blocking access to it within Saudi Arabia, has implications that ripple far beyond the borders of the Saudi dictatorship.
As news outlets struggle to survive, the obvious solution is public funding.
Two controversial new Netflix programs have sparked discussion about issues usually deemed irrelevant by the left.
Netflix and YouTube, with no physical presence in Canada, enjoy an artificial advantage over Canadian competitors because they do not collect and remit sales taxes and often do not pay income tax.
Today's post examines the possibility that new policy innovations might also be stymied by the TPP, further limiting Canadian cultural policy.
The intersection between the TPP and Canadian cultural policies is likely to emerge as one of the more controversial aspects of the TPP.
When Netflix announced recently that the company would be cracking down on users who employ privacy tools while using the service, you could practically hear the groans reverberate across the globe.
If the first two weeks of January are any indication, it’s going to be a busy year for the open Internet.
Has the CRTC started a fight it can't win? Possibly. It looks like threats of new regulation won't scare Netflix into submission.
Industry coddling by U.S. FCC could see Internet become a lot more like TV. Are U.S. policymakers putting Big Telecom ahead of Internet users?