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  1. Jays fans turn to StreamTorrent to watch Sportsnet One games

    Industry News
    Not to be denied, Toronto Blue Jays fans angry over Rogers Media recent decision to move 25 games between August 14th and the end of the 2010 baseball season from regional Sportsnet channels to Sportsnet One are telling Digital Home that they are turning to the internet to watch games. Using a...
  2. Video traffic to surpass P2P Internet traffic in 2010

    Industry News
    Global Internet video traffic will surpass global peer-to-peer traffic by the end of 2010 Cisco Systems' third annual Visual Networking Index Forecast. This will mark the first time in the last 10 years that peer-to-peer traffic will not be the largest Internet traffic type. The annual Cisco...
  3. is P2P (peer-to-peer) file sharing still legal in Canada?

    Home Computing
    Just out of curiosity: is peer-to-peer file sharing (ie BitTorrent, Limewire, etc.) still "legal" in Canada? I remember reading about potential legislation making P2P a punishable offense, but don't know what became of it. Can anyone clarify this for me? Thanks!
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