Why are we stuck paying sky-rocketing bills while Big Telecom's narrative is all about increased investment and providing quality service?
ISP corporations are trying to control the internet, to restrict the free flow of information, to restore their historical role of for-profit arbiter of what we can and cannot read, watch or hear.
Part Two: Going Green at the Toronto Transit Commission should not be done at the expense of best practice or due diligence.
The Hum Podcast
Emmy-nominated filmmaker Cynthia Lowen discusses her film "Netizens," the gender dynamics of being on the internet and the efforts to change privacy laws.
To delve into the political landscape this week, we're going to get back to basics. The most basic of the basics: the atom.
SESTA and FOSTA are two bills recently passed in the United States that claim to tackle sex trafficking online -- nothing wrong with that. The problem is that they don't do that.
Big Telecom's proposed low data plans are a slap in the face. If the CRTC thinks that this is the solution to wireless affordability that Canada is hungry for, it has clearly not been listening.
Yesterday, Christopher Wylie, former Director of Research at Cambridge Analytica, testified before a Canadian parliamentary committee and answered questions on the state of privacy.
Exploring Toronto's potential as a smart and inclusive city at U of T conference.
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.