Google’s request to reconsider a Canadian court order forcing it to delist websites from search results worldwide will stand

Google’s request to reconsider a Canadian court order forcing it to delist websites from search results worldwide will stand, despite an American court ruling that it’s unenforceable in the U.S. The order to have Google remove Datalink Technology Gateway Inc. products from its global search engines, was in response to an infringement complaint from Equustek Solutions Inc.

Rogers has announced a multi-year network plan that includes working with Ericsson to rollout its Gigabit LTE network. The company says it will boost and densify its network with small cells and macro sites across the country. Working with Ericsson, Rogers says it will trial 5G in Toronto and Ottawa, in addition to select cities over the next year.

The Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology has released a report saying more must be done to affordably connect rural and northern residents to high-speed internet.  In Broadband Connectivity in Rural Canada: Overcoming the Digital Divide, the committee makes 12 recommendations including that the Department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development develop a “comprehensive rural broadband strategy” working with all levels of government, internet providers, First Nations communities and non-profit groups.