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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.

Hashtag Trending – Apple’s new security feature, Microsoft and Walmart want in on cashier-less stores, Elon Musk and Chicago team up

Apple is working on a new security feature that would make it harder for investigators to get data off iPhones, Microsoft wants to make Walmart cashier-less, and Chicago is teaming up with Elon Musk to build high-speed transit tunnels to its airport.

#ITWCchats Twitter Recap: Will state-sanctioned hacks make encryption irrelevant?

The recent Twitter chat was an engaging discussion around the future of data and privacy

It’s time for law enforcement to take DNS seriously

As cyber attacks become more common, it is important that our law enforcement protects their online services. A properly configured and redundant DNS is a solid first step to a more secure Canadian Internet.

After Google-China fracas, cyberwar threat emerges

Cyberthreats face the U.S., but it's not a war -- yet

IRS, DOJ use social media sites to track deadbeats

The Electronic Frontier Foundation has obtained documents showing how U.S. law enforcement agencies and the Internal Revenue Service are gathering information from social networking sites for their investigations.

OPINION: What you don’t know about lawful access

The Investigative Powers for the 21st Century Act creates too much opportunity for abuse by intelligence and security organizations. Why telecom carriers are na

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