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TekSavvy

Canada is at risk of "regulatory capture" in its telecom industry, TekSavvy is arguing.
Consumer advocates fear a new era of web censorship.
Canada risks “reverting to a monopoly” for internet services due to requirements the small players say they can’t meet.
Telecom costs for Bell Canada customers are increasing in 2017. Unfortunately for Bell customers, the $5 monthly increase on home Internet comes hot on the heels of an unprecedented move from independent Internet service provider TekSavvy, who made waves with promises to increase speeds and cut prices by nearly the same amount.
“We are making changes for virtually our entire customer base.”
A court ruling in a long-running Canadian piracy case could convince internet providers not to fight for their subscribers
During the CRTC’s latest “Let’s Talk TV” discussions, third-party internet provider TekSavvy announced a new partnership
Canadians have been speaking out in huge numbers about the government's mass surveillance of law-abiding citizens. For some time now, debate has focused on how many of our telecom companies appear to be cooperating with warrantless surveillance requests from government agencies.
Rogers Communications may be violating privacy regulations in its approach to tracking requests for customer information
Canadians who are accused of online copyright infringement could soon be seeing demands for money in the mail from a U.S