1. Did Netflix think it could get away without offering 1/3 Canadian content in Canada in both English and French?
2. Why do they need subscriber data (unless it proves Netflix isn't addressing 1)?
It's Canada. You don't want to deal with Canadian regulators, don't do business in Canada, it's that simple (and, yes, I do have a degree in business in Canada and have run businesses and worked for them there).
The CRTC is in the pockets of companies that don't like netflix, aka cable companies.
Fire the CRTC from the top to the bottom. If they are having their salaries paid for by taxpayers but are not looking out for their interests then let them go work directly for the cable companies instead.
why does anyone other than netflix need to know who their customers are?
Why does a government regulatory body need to know who your customers are? Are you kidding?
No, we are not kidding. Tell us why bureaucrats, who are paid for by tax payer dollars need to know anything. I want to know who is being bribed and by who so I can both demand that the official be fired immediately and so that we can demand that the bribers can be brought up on bribery charges.
Except they don't. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R...
Not all root servers are in the US. Not all root servers are controlled by US companies/government agencies. And there is nothing preventing a cut of potion of the Internet/group of ISPs to route any or all of the these IPs to their own DNS servers.
The still control the majority of the routing. They can cripple the internet any time they want and they can get their loyal partners in europe to follow suit.
The referendum was a binding vote because it was approved by the Queen and Parliament in the confusingly titled "The Scotland Act 1998 (Modification of Schedule 5) Order 2013"
For centuries, Canada was just something approved in "The British North American Act".
Not that confusing.
Canada was created in 1867, only was not considered Britain in 1947, gained independence in 1982 (yes, I know you don't know this, you're American, you probably think Canada is a state).
Do you still get the occasional partygoer who says they have connectivity, and they really really want you to play this great song from Youtube or Spotify with their phone? Because that's why DJs have all the fancy equipment and skills, to plug in someone's phone.
Connectivity is one reason why I stay away from closed systems like Spotify. Even with good signal, I wouldn't take the risk of something happening halfway, I really need the entire song on my machine. However, it's more about the principles and practice of DJing. For starters, I need the actual file for loading on the digital turntable and some analysis/planning to get a smooth mix. If someone wants to show off their 1337 Spotify skillz, then by all means do it, take my place for the rest of the night and let me hit the bottle.
Oh, wait, no that's us.
It's the Dawg Star, but navigating with it will be difficult. Too dim.
Are you sirius?
Walls can't be built higher than corporate jets can fly.
That's what drones are for