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Neil Schwartzman writes: "The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission's (CRTC's) Chief Compliance and Enforcement Officer today issued a Notice of Violation to Compu-Finder, which includes a penalty of $1.1 million, for breaking Canada's anti-spam law. Compu-...

Il y a 9 hours 7 min

NBC soon will join the ranks of content providers offering a streaming option to cord cutters and mobile consumers. See, e.g., this story. This future service warrants special attention, because two corporate affiliates within the Comcast family will participate in many parts of the United States: Comcast as the last mile, "retail" ISP and Comcast the...

Il y a 12 hours 1 min

Most of our IPv6 Security Myths are general notions, often passed on unwittingly between colleagues, friends, conference attendees, and others. Today's myth is one that most often comes specifically from your vendors or suppliers. Whether it's a hardware manufacturer, software developer, or Internet Service Provider (ISP), this myth is all about trust, but verify.

Myth: It...

Il y a 12 hours 43 min

CRTC Chief Compliance and Enforcement Officer issues $1.1 million penalty to Compu-Finder for spamming Canadians

March 5, 2015 – Ottawa-Gatineau - The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission’s (CRTC’s) Chief Compliance and Enforcement Officer today issued a Notice of Violation to Compu-Finder, which...

Il y a 1 day 2 hours

The Mobile World Congress in Barcelona attracted some of the most important people in the broader telecommunications industry. While they were not necessarily all together at the same time it was good to analyse their presentations and the comments they made within the broader context of the market, to get a clearer picture of where the industry is heading — or, perhaps more...

Il y a 1 day 7 hours

MarkMonitor recently joined our colleagues and friends at the Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) 52nd public meeting in Singapore. As promised, the ICANN community has a lot on its plate for 2015, and at this first full meeting of the year, we are all jumping into...

Il y a 1 day 7 hours

CircleID in collaboration with the team from Dyn Inc. and ICANNWiki, brings you the following video interviews conducted by Susan Chalmers at ICANNWiki during the ICANN 52 meetings in Singapore (8–12 February 2015).

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Cheryl Langdon-Orr...

Il y a 1 day 8 hours

One of the biggest telecom events in the world, now in its tenth year, the GSMA Global World Congress, is attracting 90,000 visitors this year.

Why are so many people flocking to this event?

Obviously telecoms and mobile in particular, has become one of the biggest industries in the world. Hundreds of billions of dollars are invested every year and the market simply keeps...

Il y a 1 day 8 hours

Like any business, service providers must constantly evaluate the success of their operations. For implementations and installments, this is usually done by setting a strategic objective and then measuring progress made towards completion. But for operational teams, success is often measured by the repeated achievement of daily goals aligned to corporate objectives. Setting these benchmarks...

Il y a 1 day 11 hours

For those who don't know, there are typically 3 methods of resolving contention sets in the new gTLD world:

1. Private deals – This method is used often for small contention sets of 1 to 3 applicants where straightforward negotiation is possible. Sometimes, revenue sharing deals are agreed, a fee can be agreed in exchange for other parties to withdraw their...