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Good news -- there's honour among spies. That's the word from a Washington Post report which says the U.S. National Security Agency has permission to do electronic spying on every country except its partners in
Ontario researchers don't have the advanced computing resources they need, says a report commissioned by team looking into the future compute requirements in the province. Eighty per cent per cent of the researchers
History repeats itself, some have said. A fears about the private sector being unprepared for the Canadian Anti-Spam Law (CASL) a perfect example? University of Ottawa Internet law professor Michael Geist thinks so.
Published on: June 26th, 2014 Howard Solomon @itworldca
In the 15 years that Ann Cavoukian has been the Ontario Information and Privacy Commissioner, the very definition of privacy itself has evolved with the digital age. Cavoukian is the first commissioner to
A Toronto Web domain registrar is upset about the Canadian Internet Registration Authority’s (CIRA) plans to expand its mandate by offering new services. Mark Jeftovic, the CEO of easyDNS Technologies Inc. has written