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Christine Saulnier | At best payday lenders are predators and at worst engage in benevolent exploitation. There is a clear need to more strictly regulate and enforce regulations.
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Michael Geist | Some may still disagree with the policy rationale or the privacy balance struck by CASL. However, what should be obvious to all is that the law is about far more than just harmful spam.
Book Review
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.
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Zach Carter | President Barack Obama's decision to appoint Elizabeth Warren to set up the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau couldn't have come at a more critical time.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | The massive recall of salmonella-infected eggs, the largest egg recall in U.S. history, opens a window on the power of large corporations over not only our health, but over our government.
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Zach Carter | Last month, the U.S. unemployment rate surged to 9.8 per cent as 260,000 people lost their jobs.
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The Media Consortium | This week, the Audit takes a close look at the Obama Administration's proposed financial regulatory overhaul.
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The Media Consortium | This week's Audit looks ahead to President Obama's financial regulatory overhaul and review some of the abuses from the subprime establishment.
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The Media Consortium | The banking lobby still holds enough sway inside the Beltway to torpedo sensible consumer protection rules, even after releasing many predatory mortgages that kicked off the current economic crisis.
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The Media Consortium | This week's Audit takes a look at the credit card legislation moving through Congress that will rein in abusive lenders.