“Surveillance Trojan Horse” or “Big Brother in Disguise”? How Canadian media reacted to government’s new online spying billNoushin Khushrushahi | Canada’s media is reacting to Bill C-13, and it’s not looking good for the government.
Cyberbulling, poor working conditions, health implications: Why are we so in love with social media?Cathi Bond | Author Cathi Bond interviews children's entertainer and writer Raffi Cavoukian to get a more in depth look into his book #lightwebdarkweb and how social media affects children.
|Blog Raffi Cavoukian, Sandy Garossino | British Columbia teen Amanda Todd ended her life after suffering intolerable bullying triggered by a sexual predator who found and blackmailed her through Facebook. Millions were outraged. We were too|
|Blog various | B.C. community send an open letter to Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg in a coordinated effort to press for industry reform and consumer protection from online predators.|
|Podcast Meagan Perry, Matthew Adams | From zombie ideas, to the ruling on Khadr, to the sexualization of girls, there is plenty to give a good fright. For treats, we have a story on theatre and physics, plus a song about F-35 planes!|
|News Mick Sweetman | There are hundreds, if not thousands of videos like Amanda Todd's online telling the world their secrets. How many people are dealing with similar issues that aren't making videos or posting to blogs?|
|News Jordy Cummings | With a spate of teen suicides, cyber-bullying, and the backlash of the far-right against anti-bullying programmes, bullying has moved from a schoolyard descriptor into a term of public policy.|
|Podcast Meghan Murphy | In light of the tragic death of Amanda Todd, Meghan Murphy speaks with Melinda Tankard Reist and Fazila Jiwa about sexual harassment, misogyny, and the sexualization of girls.|
|Blog Karl Nerenberg | In the wake of Amanda Todd's suicide the Commons is to consider an NDP member's motion on bullying on Monday.|
|News Jarrah Hodge | Technology was a catalyst, but webcams, cellphones and the Internet aren't the key to understanding what happened to Amanda; systemic sexism was.|