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Graphic of a police figure labelled "CSE" standing with a battering ram at a computer.
Marie Aspiazu | Save the date -- we'll be testifying before the parliamentary committee reviewing Bill C-59 on February 8, and want to know what YOU would like us to raise before the committee.
Podcast
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Redeye Collective | The Investigatory Power Bill in Britain legalizes a range of tools for hacking and snooping unmatched anywhere in Europe. Once the bill becomes law, the pressure will be on Canada to harmonize.
Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | Just before the Winter Olympics started, NBC ran a piece about how easy it was for hackers to get into and steal data from the cellphones and computers of Sochi-bound tourists.
Blog
Raspberry Pi
Bob Chandler | Can a $25 computer teach kids to write computer software instead of just learning how to use Microsoft Office? That's what the Raspberry Pi Foundation is hoping.
Podcast
@DamianoR | jhr social media correspondent @DamianoR reports on the largest-ever online attack by hacker group Anonymous: Operation Megaupload.
Podcast
Redeye
Manuel Schulte | Drones are robotic aircraft that can carry arms but are also for surveillance. Currently one in every three aircraft in the U.S. is a drone and over 50 countries have some form of unmanned aircraft.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | The brand new Academy of the Impossible plans to take a step beyond hacktivism toward the integration of online agitation with direct action in the streets, that the Occupy movements have embodied.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | On Tuesday, Murdoch claimed before the British House of Commons Select Committee on Culture, Media and Sport that it was his "most humble day." But what does it mean for a man with no humility?
News
Patrick O'Rourke, Lauren Strapagiel, Luke Vandezande, By Steph Gellatly | A hacker convention in an industrial section of Hamilton, Ontario, shows off the best of the digital democrats, those who want build the makerculture online to share with others.
Activist Toolkit
| Hactivism is a portmanteau of hacker and activism; it is a form of electronic civil disobedience that can take many forms