2. Technology Won’t Change Canada (At Least for Awhile)
One Canadian law prohibits residents in the country from having an internet connection faster than 56k. To put that in perspective, the laws means that dial-up is the fastest a Canadian internet is allowed to be. Fortunately, that’s an archaic rule, as the Canadian government has since declared that high-speed broadband internet was a fundamental right of the people. It’s like the exact opposite of the repeal of net neutrality.