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Building Internet walls to protect data could penalize users

Building Internet walls to protect data could penalize users

There are billions of Internet users and every corporation has a virtual finger in the pie. But privacy laws differ widely

Antiquated privacy laws fail to protect Canadians

Government must update legislation in a way that addresses today’s technology and prepares for future changes. And political parties can’t be exempt

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Do you know who is watching your kids?

The academic world should allow students to speak freely, make mistakes, rebel and change their minds

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Is Google stealing your garden furniture?

Violations of personal privacy occur on a much larger scale than anyone thought possible. But new EU rules address the problem

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A twisted path brings the Cambridge Analytica scandal home to Canada

The links between Christopher Wylie, Victoria-based AggregateIQ and the Liberal Party of Canada must be probed

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Data breach tsunami sweeps toward Liberals

In the wake of Christopher Wylie’s revelations of personal information mined for political purposes, there will be damage enough for everyone

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The Internet provides ‘a boundless supply of victims’

So why don’t we pay attention to the detail necessary to secure our information?

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The digital age means we have no more secrets

Our personal information has become open access. And electronic security is a cat-and-mouse game, a cycle that never ends

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Protecting your privacy in the digital age

The threat can range from someone down the street running a small business to a curious former spouse

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Guarding against the many dangers floating in the cloud

In cyber space, far too much is in the public realm or easily obtained. And that puts your reputation, money and job prospects at risk

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