Clarifying the Possible Canadian Surveillance Legislation

A report has surfaced that has received a fair bit of attention. The report suggests that Canada is facing a piece of internet surveillance legislation that would pretty much eliminate all due process. Naturally, this is of concern to us because we are concerned about privacy related stories, so we took a look at the


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Porn Industry Sues the Blind

He’s one of thousands in the lawsuit campaign against file-sharers, but he seems to be an unlikely candidate. He’s legally blind and too busy with his personal life to secure his WiFi connection. Unfortunately for him, he’s also unable to afford to fight the case and might be forced to settle anyway.


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Anonymous Hacks myBART.gov, Database Exposed

What started as a group of people wanting to protest has become an all out war over censorship. After earlier threats were made by Anonymous, it appears as though Anonymous did make good on their threat to target BART.


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UK PM Wants to “Stop People from Communicating” on Social Media

The riots in Britain has certainly been a story major media outlets around the world have been following closely, but recent comments by British Prime Minister David Cameron on the riots have certainly raised a few eyebrows recently. Some people are saying that the comments insinuate that the Prime Minister wants to, in essence, censor


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