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Consumer Matters: The real cost of free apps

“We are paying for everything that is free. Whether it’s an app or any internet website we are paying with…

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Fake social media bots in Alberta vote hint at dangers in federal election: experts

Rapid Response Mechanism examined the Alberta election to understand how the manipulation of social media can influence democratic politics. Read…

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Apple reveals cheaper iPhone along with pricing for Apple TV Plus

The biggest difference is the phone’s camera, an area that Apple and its rivals have all been trying to improve…

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Telus to waive data, text overage fees for those affected by hurricane Dorian

A spokesperson for Telus said customers will have any charges incurred over and above their regular plan waived by the…

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Are electronic auto insurance slips a good idea? Why experts have concerns

Drivers in Ontario, Alberta, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador can display their proof of insurance electronically. Read More source

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Scheer pledges ‘Canada Cyber Safe’ certification for digital products

Scheer says the certification would ensure products that incorporate artificial intelligence or that can access the internet meet ethical and…

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Yahoo email, other services go down, company working ‘especially hard’ to fix this

Yahoo services such as email were disrupted on Wednesday night and into Thursday morning. Read More source

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The farm of the future is staffed by robots, RBC report says

A new RBC report outlines automation and data analytics as “game-changer” technologies in the agriculture space. Read More source

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1st #hashtag used 12 years ago on Twitter

The first mention of the hashtag as we know it was made on Twitter on Aug. 23, 2007. It’s use…

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Amid ICE raids, Amazon’s government contract comes under fire over surveillance concerns

Protesters occupied an Amazon bookstore in New York specifically to protest the company’s relationship with ICE, and employees have called…

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Nova Scotia to build ‘100% China-friendly’ website, navigate censorship in bid to grow commerce

The tender specifies that the developer of the website must have the “expertise to navigate China’s digital restrictions.” Read More…

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Huawei CEO vows during interview that company will not be crushed by U.S. restrictions

Huawei founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei said that U.S. restrictions on access to technology would not defeat the Chinese telecom…

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Telus email outage stretches into 3rd day, and customers say this is ‘intolerable’

One Telus customer said: “without email, businesses are shutting down.” Read More source

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Telus email is down for certain customers — it may be back in the morning

Telus said technicians are “working extremely hard to resolve the issue as quickly as possible.” Read More source

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Push to unionize Foodora could be ‘watershed moment’ for Canadian gig economy: employment lawyer

A union certification vote is underway for Foodora couriers, and an employment lawyer calls this a watershed moment for the…

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Ontario woman files class action against Capital One following data breach

Diamond & Diamond’s suit seeks compensation for Canadians who applied for credit cards from Capital One between 2005 and 2019.…

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If your SIN was stolen in the Capital One breach, getting a new one isn’t easy

If you decide to seek a replacement SIN, the process can be complicated. Read More source

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Capital One data breach: here’s what Canadians need to know

Capital One Financial announced that six million Canadians were affected by a hack. Read More source

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