More and more Canadians will be receiving warning letters in 2015 if and when they're caught torrenting a Vin Diesel movie. This coincides with new legislation that could allow ISPs to divulge personal subscriber information to copyright holders.
A whistleblowing employee in a Canadian telco is sounding the alarm on Reddit.
Following a Supreme Court ruling, Canadian police can search your phone and computer when they arrest you. Even if you're released without charge or trial.
From making Disney happy by extending copyright terms, to threatening journalists—the latest leak isn't pretty.
New research suggests gamers emit less greenhouse gases playing games on discs than downloading them online.
Canada's Dairy Council makes sure that all of our milky and cheesy goodness stays expensive. Did you know that? Probably not, right?
'Project Syria' puts participants in the shoes of Syrians caught in the crossfire, to intensely real effect.
Some experts say that the Conservative government's new cyberbullying bill—which opens businesses up to warrantless data disclosures—may be scaring tech companies off from investing in Canada.
The TPP is the secretive trade deal that promises to free up more Canadian meat exports to Japan and the Asia-Pacific region in exchange for restrictions on internet freedom and environmental regulation, among other conditions. And right now, leaders...
Wikileaks recently released a draft text from the negotiations of the Trade in Services Agreement, a 50-country trade deal currently under secret negotiation. The text has rankled privacy advocates—who say the US is arguing for the right for financial...