Tag: privacy

Canada’s Privacy Debate Goes Live Online with Glenn Greenwald

“More and more Canadians are seeing through their government’s deceit and obfuscation,” Glenn Greenwald said in advance of his visit here, “and I’m eagerly anticipating this opportunity to contribute to that debate.”

by Lee Rickwood

Graphic Back to School Tips from Privacy Commissioner

Beyond its written warnings and extensive print resources, the office has now created – a first for the Commissioner – a graphic novel to help young Canadians better understand and manage online privacy issues.

Investing in a Safe and Secure Canadian Internet

The implication is that we do not have such a safe secure and stable ‘Net here now – and there’s plenty of news reports and tech studies that seem to support that conclusion.
By Lee Rickwood