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New refugee system close?

The Globe and Mail reports that a revamp of Canadian refugee law could become law within the month if the Liberals can convince their left-wing to support reforms penned by the Conservative government. The emphasis…


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Privacy Commissioner investigates Google

The Privacy Commissioner of Canada has announced it will be investigating Google’s inadvertent collection of personal information.  The investigation concerns data that was collected by Google while employees drove around taking “Street View” photos and mapping wireless hot spots.  Read…


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Changes to Copyright Act

Long-awaited changes to the Copyright Act will be announced in Montreal today from Industry Minister Tony Clement, the Canadian Press reports. Expected in the new bill is the inclusion of a “digital lock” feature on…



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Appeal in Facebook bullying case

Lawyers for a fifteen-year-old internet bullying victim are set to appeal the Nova Scotia Supreme Court’s decision to remove a publication ban on the victim’s name, or the contents of the offending Facebook page. Lawyers…