OTTAWA - Digital diplomacy is another way to advance Canada's values and interests around the world, Foreign Minister John Baird said Thursday in remarks that for the first time laid out his thoughts on technology as a tool for foreign policy.
Companies that play fast and loose with the personal information of Canadians need to be held accountable, says Canada’s privacy commissioner – and to do so, the country’s antiquated privacy laws will require sharper enforcement teeth...
Fredericton, New Brunswick, May 23, 2013-The Honourable Gary Goodyear, Minister of State (Science and Technology), today announced an investment in New Brunswick Community College for a new industrial research chair for colleges in the field of...
Thanks to improvements in facial recognition technology, ubiquitous data connections, and the burgeoning field of camera-equipped wearable devices, the age of consumer-friendly face recognition may be nigh.
Internet policy experts gather in Stockholm this week to grapple with online data protection and surveillance issues that everyone who surfs the web should care about, reports technologist Stefan Geens.
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