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Understanding current cybersecurity challenges in law: balancing responsibilities in digital content censorship (Article 4)

In this article, we will outline the foundations of digital content censorship, the arguments for and against the use of legislation for censorship and describe the polarizing challenges which continue to arise in legislative reform work, using Canada as an example of the approaches being considered.

Understanding current cybersecurity challenges in law: digital governance and social responsibility meet user-generated content (Article 2)

This is the second article in our new six-part series. In this article, we will examine the concept of digital governance, governance strategies, and the relation between digital governance, data sovereignty, and law around the world.

Halton Regional Police to now use what3words app to assist in locating people lost or in distress 

The Halton Regional Police has announced that it is now using the innovative location technology what3words to identify exactly where help is needed and...

The CIOs of University of Alberta and Calgary Drop In-Centre examine Alberta’s great digital transition

Calgary, the historical heart of the Canadian oil and gas industry, is at a once-in-an-epoch inflection point that will determine our destiny for this next millennium and beyond.

Shall We Dance? proves the cloud-governance risk

By Alizabeth Calder According to research by, 91 per cent of us are using cloud-based service providers, and we are spending 24 per cent...

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