Canada’s proposed age verification law is indefensible violation of privacy and expression, but that’s not stopping some reporters from trying.
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Telecom giant, Rogers, has announced that plans are going up by $9 per month for customers.
Today, the department of Canadian Heritage held a committee hearing. It shows how the government has learned nothing from the Online News Act failures.
Could network neutrality finally get restored in the US? The FCC is moving a plan forward despite threats of legal action.
Canadian’s are hearing a lot about how lack of emergency information is all Meta’s fault. What you don’t see as much? The connectivity issues.
Linus Tech Tips has faced controversy over the accuracy of some of their videos. They have since apologized and vowed changes.
Maclean’s magazine published an article comparing video games to hits of cocaine. So much for “professional” journalism in magazines.