James Rajotte, a Conservative MP from Edmonton and the chair of the Industry committee, has introduced a noteworthy private members’ bill focused on pre-texting and other privacy abuses. It seeks to plug several loopholes in the current Criminal Code that may exclude personal information from provisions that address fraudulent impersonation. […]
Archive for June, 2006
OCRI Radio, which podcasts monthly, features an interview with me about the benefits of blogging, podcasting and web 2.0.
Appeared in the Toronto Star on June 12, 2006 as Links to Friends, Foes Fair Game on the Internet The hyperlink is one of the Internet's most basic yet important features. The debut of the World Wide Web more than a decade ago brought with it the ability to instantly […]
Canadian Heritage Minister Bev Oda has announced that the government is commissioning a major study on the future of television and radio regulation. Oda claims that "other nations began to build the policy framework for the new digital world decades ago. Unfortunately Canada did not." It would be interesting to […]