Don’t blame EU unreasonableness for saying no to bad agreement with Canada.
Recognizing the shift is the first essential step. Then we can decide who benefits.
Punishing pirates a low priority for rights holders, who prefer to focus on supporting legitimate services, study finds.
Slow going national digitization plan leaves virtual shelves empty.
Not to mention the whole issue of trespassing. Play safe, kids.
The game and its successors will change our relationships with our neighbourhoods. It’s a good time to ask: who decides how?
Many scientists describe such efforts as 'prime-time theatre.' Yet the farce continues.
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Canadian regulator launches consultation on ISPs exempting certain content from data charges.
Downloaders should pay attention to this 'reverse class action' filed by a film company.
SFU researchers uncovering effects of one of the largest wildlife die-offs ever recorded.
Ruling tips balance with injunction blocking disruptive technology with both legal and illegal uses.
Sharing uplifting news of resilience and recovery enhances our capacity for action. So why don't we do it more?
The Coast Salish had it right: sharing fish, or data, gets you more than hoarding.
Danny Letain will test his robotic prosthesis in global 'Cybathlon' event.
Canadian content policies will soon go under the microscope. Who'll benefit?
Ongoing internet access hearing shows feds must step up.
Civil servants left to their own devices, says Debi Daviau.
Liberal bill responds to global movement to create and export accessible works.
Should we trade ethics and human contact for machines that pretend to like us?
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