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Will cyberbullying bill open door to Lawful Access?

A bill introduced yesterday by the Conservative government to combat cyber bullying could also have the effect of making it easier for Canadian Internet...

Toronto’s cell tower radiation guidelines to stay

Health guidelines concerning the allowable level of radio frequency (RF) radiation emitted by cellular towers in Toronto will remain in place despite a recommendation...

Ontario privacy chief supports security oversight bill

What's the Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC) up to these days and should Canadians be worried about it? Ann Cavoukian, commissioner of the Information...

Illegal use of virtual currency sites on the rise: McAfee

Security software company McAfee Inc. is raising the alarm on the increasing use by criminal organizations of virtual currency sites to launder money while...

Coalition for cheaper Internet launched

Could you imagine Internet access eating up more than a month’s worth of your salary? In some parts of the world such a scenario is...

U.S. cloud firms could lose $35 B due to Snowden leak: Study

European cloud providers can exploit the privacy issues raised by NSA's Prism mass surveillance program, according to a report

Publishers oppose US feds Apple eBook restrictions

Publishers who colluded with Apple say the restrictions will punish them and not the iPad makerrn

U.S. tops information seekers

Information requests from governments worldwide are on the rise, according to the microblogging site

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Data privacy in translation: how Canada’s language industry will respond to CPPA

Any company offering translation technologies and services working with people in Canada should take heed of what this law is all about.

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