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Online Privacy

A majority of Canadians now refuse to surrender any personal information in exchange for access to online services.
The advice comes amid privacy concerns for the social media giant.
Google's web browser becomes surveillance software; reverse mortgages soar in Canada.
Newly released documents raise concerns that Facebook has picked favourites and engaged in anti-competitive behaviour.
Children need to understand they have a right to online privacy, and that they don't have to consent to everything they are being asked for.
We each have a responsibility for creating a set of online standards and understanding our own online behaviour.
Mark Zuckerberg is hailing A.I.'s ability to "save lives," but not everyone is giving this move a "like."
Only this week, the Times reported that passwords belonging to British politicians, diplomats and senior police officers
The feeds are available for anyone to view.