Justin Ling

News

Canada Wants Armed Drones in the Air by 2025

Ottawa is on the lookout for unmanned aircraft that can conduct long-range surveillance and precision air strikes. The program is expected to cost from $1 billion to $5 billion.
Justin Ling
4 hours ago
News

Politicians Say They Are Getting More Violent Threats Than Ever and They're Worried

The recent incident against Justin Trudeau is just the tip of the iceberg, Canadian politicians and their staff say. And they say the RCMP is not doing enough to protect them.
Justin Ling
7.27.20
News

Justin Trudeau’s Billion-Dollar Scandal Is a Story of Power, Branding, and Charity

In Justin Trudeau, WE Charity had a prominent booster. In WE, Justin Trudeau had a powerful platform popular with young people.
Justin Ling
7.22.20
News

Canada’s Spy Agency Likely Committed Illegal Acts To Investigate Foreign Fighters, Top Court Rules

The scathing decision found “institutional failings” at the Canadian Security Intelligence Service.
Justin Ling
7.16.20
News

Russia Is Trying to Hack COVID-19 Vaccine Development

The U.S., U.K., and Canada say the same hackers who targeted the Democratic party during the 2016 election are now trying to “hinder” the fight against COVID-19
Justin Ling
7.16.20
Iran protests

This App Is Helping Iranians Beat Tehran’s Internet Censorship

Psiphon, a Toronto-born app, has seen a 1,650% increase in downloads.
Justin Ling
1.9.18
net neutrality

Justin Trudeau Is ‘Very Concerned’ With FCC’s Plan to Roll Back Net Neutrality

“We need to continue to defend net neutrality,” Trudeau said, but stopped short of saying he'd speak to Trump directly.
Justin Ling
11.22.17
fake news

Eric Schmidt Says Google News Will 'Engineer' Russian Propaganda Out of the Feed

“It’s basically RT and Sputnik,” he said on Saturday.
Justin Ling
11.20.17
burqa ban

Quebec’s burqa-banning bill is on track to become law

The legislation would bar many public servants — and citizens seeking public services — from wearing face-coverings.
Justin Ling
10.6.17
Alt-Right

Neo-nazi site The Daily Stormer moves to the dark web, but promises a comeback

The Daily Stormer has moved to the deep net, after being booted by Google and GoDaddy. But they’re trying to get back onto the open internet.
Justin Ling
8.15.17
Good Shot

Canadian sniper breaks world record by taking out Islamic State fighter from two miles away

The highly-trained special forces soldier, from Canada's answer to Seal Team Six, took aim from an apartment building somewhere in Iraq
Justin Ling
6.22.17
VICE News

More Warrants Issued for DC Turkish Embassy Brawl

Capitol Police are pursuing charges against 14 security officials, including members of President Erdogan's entourage and two Canadians.
Justin Ling
6.15.17
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