Going global

Going global

Driven by the notion that technology erases all boundaries in the global economy, energetic little Grande Prairie is catapulting itself...

March 31st, 2001 Melanie Collison

A day in the life of a CPO

A day in the life of a CPO

Canada could use more people like Dr. Steven Lucas.As one of the pioneering chief privacy officers (CPO) in the U.S.,...

March 22nd, 2001 Liam Lahey

Clinton lauds power of technology

Clinton lauds power of technology

Former U.S. president Bill Clinton used the opening keynote at Oracle AppsWorld in New Orleans last month to urge companies...

March 8th, 2001 Victoria Berry

U.S. should keep its hands off ICANN

U.S. should keep its hands off ICANN

Congress held a hearing on the Internet on Feb. 8. Such a hearing is hardly a unique occurrence, but in...

March 8th, 2001 Scott Bradner

Copyright Board quadruples levies

Copyright Board quadruples levies

Much to the ire of software manufacturers, independent musicians and just about any other entity or individual that purchases or...

February 22nd, 2001 Liam Lahey

The Rock partners with Ireland

The Rock partners with Ireland

Newfoundland and Labrador continues to show why it has been one of Canada's most proactive provinces in its attempts to...

February 22nd, 2001 Liam Lahey

Ottawa vows to protect private info

Ottawa vows to protect private info

Canadians may not yet be aware of it but when the real new millennium came into being on Jan. 1,...

January 30th, 2001 Liam Lahey

Ghana clamps down on ISPs

Ghana clamps down on ISPs

In an unprecedented move, Ghana's National Communication Authority (NCA) has shut down three ISPs that government officials allege were offering...

January 18th, 2001 Gideon F. For-mukwai

South Africa plans telecom privatization

South Africa plans telecom privatization

The South African minister of public enterprises has announced a sweeping plan to privatize state-owned companies, including telecommunications. Economists and...

January 8th, 2001 Gideon F. For-mukwai