Christopher Malmo VICE
Canadians want their corporate coffee to be energy-company-free, eh?
Wikileaks reveals Canada is on deck to face lawsuits from more foreign corporations thanks to the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
It's not much and it's coming far later than even ISPs and Industry Canada wanted, but at least they're doing something.
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.
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...