“They told us outright they do not agree with our legal findings,” Canada's privacy commissioner said of Facebook.
The privacy commissioner is investigating, and politicians are calling for regulation.
The credit firm still won't say how many Canadians are affected.
The RCMP spent years refusing to confirm the existence of their cell tower simulators. A new investigation reveals details of their long-running program.
A new report sheds more light on the use of Stingrays in Canada.
It's a nice thought, though.
The system failed.
A July spill caused a Saskatchewan city to shut down its water treatment plant.
Daniel Therrien, the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, looked at three pieces of legislation that “taken together, these initiatives have resulted in what can only be described as a sea change for privacy rights in Canada.”
Each party has finally addressed how their government would handle—or not handle—data breaches, cyberattacks and surveillance run amok.
An exclusive VICE poll says Canadians are changing their minds about C-51, a new anti-terrorism bill.
Even though we all know your downloads of Game of Thrones are getting snooped on right this second.