With the Online News Act causing platforms to drop news links, will a similar thing happen in response to the Online Streaming Act.
The CMF has said that it is earmarking a tiny fraction of its new funding to actually support Canadian creators.
We continue our series of what different points of view said in the CRTC Online Streaming Act consultation. TikTok is up next.
Mainstream media demonizing social media is nothing new in North America. Dylan Page shows that this problem goes much further.
Montana passed a law banning TikTok in the state. It’s unclear what problems are being solved, however.
With the heavy push by media and the government to start a moral panic over TikTok, it seems that the target audience is tuning out.
Progress for Canada’s privacy reform bill (Bill C-27) has been upgraded from dead stop to snails pace.
TikTok has now responded to the so-called “concerns” about security and privacy by asking questions about what the government is on about.
The bans of TikTok on government devices is spreading, but some have admitted that they don’t even know what the threat is.
The Canadian government has chosen to ban TikTok from government devices for “security concerns”. The move seems to be pure performance.