Tag: structural separation

Structural Separation: It’s Time to be Impolite

In polite circles in Canada it is considered infra dig to allude to the structural separation of telecommunications common carriers. It is not up for discussion. The aversion is visceral and uncommonly widespread. Structural separation is an approach to telecommunications

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CRTC CASL Guidelines: Do they Compromise Adjudicative Independence?

On 10 October 2012, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission issued Compliance and Information Bulletin, CRTC 2012-548, as Guidelines on the interpretation of the Electronic Commerce Protection Regulations (CRTC). The guidelines are made in respect of the CRTC’s role in

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