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ChatGPT banned in New York schools

Due to concerns about cheating, the New York City Department of Education has banned the wildly popular chatbot ChatGPT from its schools’ devices and networks.

Meta threatens to cancel news sharing over Bill C-18

The lobbying has escalated and now the real question is whether Bill C-18, the Online News Act now being debated by a parliamentary committee,...

Mixed reaction to Canada’s proposed cybersecurity law

One expert says the propose law isn't innovative, while another says it's 'going in the right direction'

Card payment rules extended to mobile payments

Merchants believe updated rules will help prevent mobile payment fees from going up

Bell targeted ad issue remains unresolved: Privacy commissioner

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner is not satisfied with Bell's u-turn on target ads

Snowden warns of weak oversight of Canadian intelligence agencies

Canadian intelligence agencies have one of the weakest oversight frameworks in the Western world, says Edward Snowden

Should we strike back against hackers?

Strikeback policies are a controversial topic. Banks reportedly want to do it, but it’s a bad idea.

At least 276,000 records breached in Canada in 2014

Federal and provincial offices, police departments banks, hospitals and service providers among those suffering data breaches

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