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Google Fights Global Search Injunction From Canadian Court

After losing a battle over search results in Canadian court, Google has now turned to the American court. In late June, Google was ordered by the Supreme Court of Canada…

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Supreme Court Of Canada Allows Global Search Injunctions

The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that Canadian courts can apply judgements worldwide in certain situations. Ruling 7-2, the court found that under Canadian law, courts can “grand an…

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Canadian Telecom Agency Announces New Broadband Plan

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has reclassified internet service as a base service. Previously, it was considered an additional service with little requirements from the telecommunications provider. This…

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Canadian Police Want Law Forcing Suspects to Turn Over Passwords

Law enforcement and politicians around the world have been pushing for legislation to fight back against encryption. Police consider it a road block that prevents them from obtaining evidence against…

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Ubisoft Clashes With Vivendi in Canada

In an effort to prevent themselves from being acquired by Vivendi, Ubisoft has reached out to the Canadian Government for aid in blocking the acquisition. Vivendi and Ubisoft, both French…

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Canada Will Cease Sharing Some Surveillance Data with Allies

For decades, the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand have cooperated in an intelligence sharing agreement informally known as the five eyes. We know that at least…

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Sweeping Anti-Terrorism Bill Raises Civil Rights Concerns in Canada

The controversial anti-terrorism bill, known as Bill C-51, was passed by the Canadian House of Commons, despite concerns raised by privacy and civil rights activists. Although it still has to…

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Bell Hit with $750 Million Lawsuit over Privacy Violations

Bell, the Canadian telecommunications giant, is facing a $750 million lawsuit over alleged privacy violations relating to its Relevant Ads Program. This national class-action lawsuit is being filed on behalf…