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As tech giants grow ever more powerful, Canada and others are...

Microsoft and Apple deserve more credit, she says, and their CEOs have both made public commitments to privacy.That’s because companies like Apple are...

Never mind the Russians. Democracy’s real social-media threat could be homegrown

The Star and BuzzFeed News are investigating the ways political parties, third-party pressure groups, foreign powers and individuals are influencing Canada’s political debate...

12 months of 2018: Facebook’s annus horribilus

JANUARY“Effective January 1, 2018 we will no longer be able to provide the benefit of paid breaks.” Happy post-holidays. The new year greeted...

Has Bombardier finally run out of track?

What was the death knell for Bombardier Transportation (BT), the rail division of Bombardier Inc.? Was it the 2017 decision by New York’s...

As politicians and social media take a beating, Trudeau praises traditional...

The year is not quite over, but 2018 may well come to be known as the year of buyers’ remorse when it comes...

Gay Bowmanville woman speaking out after Oshawa church strips her membership...

A Bowmanville woman has been thrust into the role of gay rights advocate after she came out to her Oshawa church and was...

Facebook ‘friends’ a European expert. Will it help Mark Zuckerberg?

Sheryl Sandberg is excited that Nick Clegg is joining Facebook.She said so on Facebook.Mark Zuckerberg liked her post. Thumbs up!I feel sorry for...

Stouffville Mayor Justin Altmann’s Facebook video broke campaign bylaws, town says...

By Simon MartinStouffville Sun-TribuneThu., Oct. 4, 2018A Facebook video that shows someone searching for Mayor Justin Altmann’s infamous “mind map” in the public...

Elon Musk has been reined in. So why not Mark Zuckerberg?

The rapid-fire developments at Tesla Inc. may be record setting, at least in so far as a company running afoul of the U.S....

Liberals won’t put political parties under privacy laws

OTTAWA—The Liberal government will not impose privacy rules or oversight on federal political parties, rejecting a key recommendation from an all-party committee in...
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