Digital Disruption: How Should Canadian Regulators Respond?

Author: George N. Addy

In just a few decades, the Internet has evolved from a simple research and communications tool to the single most important generator of economic activity since trade began. How should regulation be modernized to facilitate innovation and competition in the digital world?

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