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Why Does The Province's Theatre Critic Use a Fake Name?

And more strange tales from today's blurry frontiers of arts coverage.

By Shannon Rupp, 30 Jul 2014

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Latest to Fall under Harper's Muzzle: Omar Khadr

We'll never know his side of the story, so long as the PM keeps media away.

By Steve Sullivan, 30 Jul 2014

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What the Recording Industry Isn't Saying About Streaming Royalties

A campaign to stir up anger over Canadian rates misses a few notes.

By Michael Geist, 29 Jul 2014

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Supreme Court to Personal Data Plunderers: Get a Warrant!

Ruling strikes blow against warrantless disclosure of web and telecom subscriber info.

By Michael Geist, 22 Jul 2014

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Rising Star: Photojournalist Ian Willms

How a 20-something Torontonian won over international heavyweight media. A Q&A.

By Mark Taylor, 19 Jul 2014

Recent Mediacheck: Computers, Technology, Digital Media, Law and Policy in Canada

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Imagining a Klout with Clout

What will it take to accurately measure social influence online?

By Estefania Duran, 17 Jul 2014


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Why Now Is the CRTC's Make or Break Moment

Regulator's 'future of television' review holds potential for total overhaul.

By Michael Geist, 15 Jul 2014


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Last Chance for Canadians to Influence Secret Trade Talks?

BC-based web freedom group helps put TPP critics in room with nations' negotiators.

By Bob Mackin, 10 Jul 2014


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Why the Secrecy on Canadian Trade Talks?

Because, as leaked documents show, there is something to hide.

By Michael Geist, 8 Jul 2014


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The Tyee Is Hiring a New Director of Community Development

Closing date for applications is August 5. Join our team and help us grow!

By Michelle Hoar, 3 Jul 2014


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Anti-Spam Law: Keep Calm and Get Consent

Why new email marketing rules are causing chaos in your inbox.

By Michael Geist, 1 Jul 2014


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BC Wrestles Google over What Appears in Search Results

But how far should a region or country's jurisdiction go?

By Michael Geist, 24 Jun 2014


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Canada Stalls on Global Copyright Treaty that Supports the Blind

In digital era, accessibility commitment a 'no-brainer.'

By Michael Geist, 17 Jun 2014


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Update: The Tyee Is Hiring a New Editor in Chief

Closing date for applications now set at July 5. Help lead a Canadian media success story.

By David Beers, 17 Jun 2014


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Does Your Organization Need a Vision Reboot?

Learn how to lead it this Saturday, a Tyee Master Class with Amanda Gibbs.

By Geoff D'Auria, 16 Jun 2014


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Sorry CBC TV, Canada Is a Radio Nation

Save those dwindling taxpayer dimes for a medium that matters.

By Shannon Rupp, 13 Jun 2014


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Look Who Financial Post Found to Defend Canada's Gifts to Big Oil

Think tanker scorns IMF, World Bank economists (and my Tyee piece).

By Mitchell Anderson, 13 Jun 2014


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Is Your Data Safe in Canada?

Two changes to the proposed Digital Privacy Act would bring data breach law in step with other nations.

By Michael Geist, 10 Jun 2014


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The Lucrative Secrets to Crowdfunding

Expert Ian MacKenzie previews his June 14 Tyee Master Class.

By Ali Cairns, 9 Jun 2014


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A People's Plea: Don't Spy on Us

Parliament heard this 'crowdsourced' testimony against Bill C-13's attack on citizens' privacy.

By Steve Anderson, 3 Jun 2014


Why Does The Province's Theatre Critic Use a Fake Name?

And more strange tales from today's blurry frontiers of arts coverage.

By Shannon Rupp

 

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