Tag: technology

Virtual CES 2021 Is An Admirable Pivot, But The Show Won’t Be The Same

By Christine Persaud
I have to hand it to the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), organizers and producers of CES, for pivoting so quickly to offer a full digital event this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. CES is an important event and the wonder it brings to the industry is needed more than ever this year. How will it all go? Events commence the week of January 11, 2021, so it’s too early to tell.

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How to Protect Your Privacy Online – Even if the Law Doesn’t

by Lee Rickwood
Without tough laws to level today’s digital playing field, data privacy and security disputes can pit people against corporations (or their own governments). The legal, financial and administrative muscle the enterprise can muster far outstrips that of most individuals to protect themselves.

Clever Gift Ideas For Colleagues This Holiday Season

By Christine Persaud
The way we work looks much different than it has in the past,  but chances are you are still working with the same colleagues, And though there won’t be a traditional office party this year, it’s still a nice gesture to get little gifts for your team members, colleagues, and friends at work. But what can you get?

How to Do A Socially Distant Gift Exchange

By Christine Persaud
This holiday season will be like no other. People might not get to see their extended family or close friends for the holidays in order to avoid large gatherings. But there are ways to keep doing the things you love during the holidays from afar. The Secret Santa or Kris Kringle gift exchange is historically a favourite among large families, groups of friends, and business colleagues.

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New Privacy Laws Coming to Canada

by Lee Rickwood
Under the new Act, Canadians could demand that their information on social media platforms, such as Facebook or Twitter, be permanently deleted. And the country’s privacy commissioner could order them to comply.