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ISPs Not Subject to Broadcasting Act
The Supreme Court of Canada has rules that ISPs are not subject to the Broadcasting Act. Because ISPs only provide the medium of transport, the Court said that "they no part in the selection, origination, or packaging of content." Rogers is pleased with the decision. I wonder how long they'll be pleased when this ruling goes towards forcing Rogers to maintain net neutrality?

Android Malware on Rise
Malware targetting Android devices is on the rise. With Android becoming the most popular OS for smart devices, hackers are turning their attention to cracking the OS's security. Google has released an app screening tool called Bouncer to help with security. As pointed out in yesterdays News from the North, with companies switching over from Blackberries to allowing personal Android and iPhones for business use, the chance of a critical leak will grow.

–Scott D

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