Columnists
Mobile phone showing Uber logo. Image: Automobile Italia/Flickr
Rick Salutin | It's necessary from time to time to update the enemies list. Enemies are harder to identify when they come in casual, tech-ish garb, like Google and Uber.
Columnists
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Wayne MacPhail | Google will be using a new text message standard to create a new messaging service. Problem is, the new standard is not end-to-end encrypted.
RabbleTV
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Tristan Lettieri | Google says it's tough finding enough nerds to write the long strings of code to maintain their ever-evolving database, so they're bringing in robots to do the work.
Blog
Cynthia Khoo | As you may recall, OpenMedia intervened in a landmark Internet and free expression case at the Supreme Court of Canada, Google Inc. v. Equustek Solutions. Here's a recap.
Blog
Meghan Sali | OpenMedia will be intervening in a landmark case at the Supreme Court of Canada -- defending the free expression of Internet users across the globe.
Blog
Ruth Coustick-Deal | The European Commission hasn't released the data that they say justifies the link tax. Where are your voices and their consultation response?
Blog
Ruth Coustick-Deal | Recent leaked Impact Assessment shows the European Commission intend to push ahead with link tax and ignore public consultation process.
Podcast
Robinhood and the United Nations
Daryn Caister | Finance expert Tim Nash joins us this week for a segment on a global "Robinhood Tax" and it could address wealth inequality, climate change and basically all the other big-ticket global problems.
Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | Google announced a lot of fascinating stuff at its annual I/O developers' conference but two things really jumped out: it's serious about VR and it's leveraging its natural language and search data.
Podcast
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Mindy Ran | From a panel titled Gender and the Internet, held at the Internet Governance Forum in Brazil in November 2015, five speakers describe harmful and helpful uses of the Internet.
Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | Here's a question: Can technology change the fundamental nature of story? I ask because a recent publishing experiment by Google suggests it can. I'm skeptical.
Blog
Frank Atkins
David J. Climenhaga | All four members of the Wildrose Party’s "blue-ribbon" panel on Canada's Equalization Program have close ties with the Frontier Centre, an anti-equalization campaigner.