Major international trade agreements may have hit a huge snag. The European courts have ruled that corporations are not above the law.
The world once again finds itself in the situation where the notorious TPP agreement has been signed.
For those following the roller coaster of a debate surrounding the TPP, the text has recently been released. We take a look at what was made public.
Counterarguments to Internet censorship in Canada is everywhere. Apparently, Bell is ironically issuing a few themselves.
A key argument for Internet censorship is that film and TV is dying in Canada. It appears the numbers show otherwise.
The personal data of a large chunk of the American population has recently been exposed. this is thanks to Alteryx leaving it on a public storage site.
For years, major content industries would point to file-sharing and say that their profits are hurting because of it. A new report suggests that, in fact, the content industry is doing just fine.
What happens when an American ISP decides that it wants to protect their customers privacy? Apparently, it gets litigated by the Department of Justice. That’s what happened to one ISP when it questioned a National Security Letter (NSL).
It was once the pinnacle of social news. Now, the site has been thrown onto the digital scrapheap with various parts being sold to different entities. While Digg still generates some traffic, many users have been hypothesizing what went so horribly wrong with the site.
One of the many things that record labels have said in the past is that because physical record labels have fallen, that means file-sharing is killing the industry. The reality has been that sources of revenue has shifted and the fact that Spotify has now become the second largest source of revenue for the record […]