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Supreme Court Dismisses the Case Against WIND Mobile

The Supreme Court of Canada dismissed the case brought against WIND Mobile on Thursday, tossing out Public Mobile’s complaint that the new carrier was foreign-owned. The fun started in 2009 when the CRTC ruled that WIND Mobile didn’t have the right to launch a national wireless service in Canada because it violated the country’s foreign ownership [...]
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Louisiana Supreme Court Urged to Rule in Gay Marriage Case Ahead of SCOTUS Decision

LGBT / Gay : Towleroad (yesterday)

Back in September, a district judge in Louisiana ruled the state's ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional. Now, lawyers on both sides of the case are urging the Louisiana Supreme Court to weigh in ahead of the U.S. Supreme Court'... Read Post

No Love Lost With Wind Mobile, Public Mobile Heads To Supreme Court

Utilities / Communication : The Telecom Blog (3 years ago)

In June, the federal government and Globalive won their crucial appeal of the Federal Court ruling against WIND Mobile’s right to operate in Canada. Not only did WIND Mobile continue to operate its brand of wireless services across ... Read Post

CRTC Says Mobile Providers Cannot Give Their Own Content Unfair Advantage

Utilities / Communication : The Telecom Blog (yesterday)

A new ruling published yesterday by the Canadian telecom regulator, CRTC, sets a new limit on how companies owning both media and communication businesses can use television and sports content to bolster their wireless arm of the bu... Read Post


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