Canadians pay less than Americans for broadband; Cisco backpedals on privacy policy

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> A study by Canada's CRTC says the average Canadian broadband user pays 31 percent less per month for broadband versus American users. Report

> Cisco is backpedaling on some terms of the new privacy policy for its Linksys WiFi router line. Article

> Idate forecast in its new "Next Gen TV 2020" study that connected TV will account for 63 percent of new over the top (OTT) video services. Article

> Nomad Digital is equipping Translink NI Railways, the Northern Ireland UK state-owned rail operator, with WiFi service. Release

> Sandvine won a $2 million network policy control order from one of the top 10 U.S.-based service providers. Release

And finally ... If your company is not IPv6 ready, BT says it is time to start planning. Post

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