Last weeks cabinet shuffle means that Canadians concerned about copyright will be seeing new faces at the federal level.
Trump’s new supreme court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, is having his history combed over. It turns out, he’s a net neutrality opponent.
European digital rights activists are renewing calls to fight the “censorship machine”. It is also known as the upload filter.
In spite of skepticism from some observers, the Electronic Frontier Foundation has published a game plan to bring the network neutrality fight to congress.
The US senate has voted to save network neutrality. The victory means there is marginal hope for the future of the Internet.
The Red Alert for Net Neutrality day of action is taking place tomorrow. Some of your favourite websites could be participating.
Canadian firm NetSweeper is finding itself at the centre of controversy. News has surfaced that it is helping other countries censor the Internet.
In an era where breaches and leaks have become a weekly thing, it may be surprising to know that security research is being criminalized in one state.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) made headlines when Trump considered rejoining. Now, he’s backing out of it.
One of the criticisms levied against TPP and CETA is the insider corporate access. NAFTA appears to be following this trend.