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Netflix and other online streaming sites must contribute to Canadian culture...

Online streaming giants such as Netflix should contribute to funding Canadian content and pay sales tax. Legislation should be introduced to address harmful...

Durham police chief launches probe over ‘hateful’ Facebook post

Durham Regional Police Chief Paul Martin is launching an investigation into what he called “highly offensive material” recently shared in a private Facebook...

Data firm Aggregate IQ broke law by sharing personal information with...

VANCOUVER—A Victoria-based data firm violated B.C. and Canadian laws when it collected and used personal data for political clients in the U.K., U.S....

Transparency sought on how big tech handles news

As part of a series, the Star looks more closely at a new report by the International News Media Association: How to Decode...

Whose news is it anyway?

With a series that launched Tuesday, the Star looks more closely at a new report by the International News Media Association: How to...

Publishers banding together to find solutions as they battle tech giants

Nearly two-thirds of news publishers believe their relationships with big tech platforms, such as Facebook and Google, have become more fraught in recent...

Why political memes — which are virtually unregulated — matter to...

VANCOUVER—They pop up on your Facebook and Twitter. They can go viral in a matter of moments. They’ve become more powerful than traditional...

How do you regulate Big Tech in the digital age? We...

Social media has become the battlefield for politicians in the upcoming October federal election.The Liberals are leading in Facebook ad spending, followed by...

After investigating hundreds of fatal and severe collisions, a highway safety...

Scott Stratton knows to keep teddy bears in his police cruiser, in case he needs to explain tragedies to children. He says he...

Want to know which political parties are targeting you on Facebook?

Once you’ve watched Brexit: The Uncivil War, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, you may never enter a Facebook ad contest again. In the movie, based...
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