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Canadian firms under GDPR deadline pressure from European partners

With two days left to go before the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation comes into force some Canadian organizations are still scrambling to be...

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Myth busting: Seven reasons not to submit a Digital Transformation Award nomination

The nomination deadline for the national Digital Transformation Awards is rapidly approaching, but as journalists exposed almost daily to the creative talents in tech, we...

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Convergence of the titans: Today’s top technologies meet in Toronto

What happens when the world's leading society for educational and scientific computing hosts the largest summit to date on today’s two hottest technologies? See for...

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Advances in flexible electronics could lead to better air travel experience, says Bombardier designer

TORONTO --- The aerospace industry isn’t too concerned about flexible and hybrid electronics, but it has the potential to significantly lighten the burden on passengers...

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Cyber Security Today: BMW cars could be hacked, British university fined for a hack, and more

BMW cars could be attacked, a British university fined for a hack and two-factor authentication comes to Firefox. We're bringing you the latest cyber security...

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Hashtag Trending – Car2Go pulls out of Toronto; New details emerge about pedestrian killed by Uber’s self-driving car; Elon Musk bashes media, suggests media credibility check

Car2Go pulls out of Toronto, new details emerge about Uber’s self-driving car that killed a woman in March, and Elon Musk gets roasted online after...

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GDPR advice to Canadian firms: Chill out, but get working on it

The world’s toughest data protection regime – the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect today, and with it the possibility of...

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Privacy commissioner opens probe into Canadian data brokers’ privacy practices

The data management practices of six unnamed Canadian data brokers are being investigated by federal privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien, the first of his promised probes...

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2 Truths and a Lie with Sourced Group’s Jon Spinks

During his time in the tech industry, and as the CEO and founder of Sourced Group, Jon Spinks has traveled the globe, so we figured...

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How you can hire the tech professionals moving to Toronto

Last year, when Vikram Rangnekar founded MOV North, a website that acts as a resource for global tech professionals to learn about Toronto and entice...

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IBM Watson lead suggests storing AI controls on blockchain

TORONTO - With artificial intelligence playing an ever-greater role in steering digital transformation, the global lead behind one of the world's best-known AI systems wants...

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Re-decentralizing search engines will improve access to information, says SingularityNET CEO

TORONTO --- A decentralized internet, resembling the early days when no one had to rely on governmental and corporate servers, will not only improve basic...

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Hashtag Trending – Trump shut down on Twitter habits; U.S. senators’ identities were stolen for comments on net neutrality; Apple Watches find new function

A United States federal judge has deemed it unconstitutional for Trump to block users on Twitter, two U.S. senators’ identities were stolen in order to...

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