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Bill S-210, designed to protect minors online from exposure to sexually explicit material, passed a second reading in the House of Commons in December 2023. (Shutterstock)

Canada should not fall behind on implementing safety measures for children online

Canada needs to take action immediately to protect children online from exposure to age-inappropriate material. More stringent age verification measures need to be in place.
Family vlogs can be a double-edged sword that provide families with income, but also lead to exploitation. (Shutterstock)

Family vlogs can entertain, empower and exploit

Vlogging has emerged as a new source of intimate entertainment, and for creators, potential income. However, they also raise serious questions about exploitation and the privacy rights of children.
One-third of customers will return to a hacked site without even changing their password, according to a recent study. d3sign/Moment Collection/Getty Images

Fear trumps anger when it comes to data breaches – angry customers vent, but fearful customers don’t come back

Companies tend to focus on appeasing angry customers after a data breach. New research shows they may want to pay more attention to customers who are afraid to return to their site.
If you want to use two-factor authentication via text message on Twitter, you’ll have to pay for it. NurPhoto via Getty Images

Should you pay for Meta’s and Twitter’s verified identity subscriptions? A social media researcher explains how the choice you face affects everyone else

Twitter and Meta are looking to make money from protecting users’ identities. This raises questions about collective security, people understanding what they’re paying for and who remains vulnerable.
Going online often involves surrendering some privacy, and many people are becoming resigned to the fact that their data will be collected and used without their explicit consent. (Shutterstock)

Protecting privacy online begins with tackling ‘digital resignation’

Many people have become resigned to the fact that tech companies collect our private data. But policymakers must do more to limit the amount of personal information corporations can collect.
The TikTok social media app has raised concerns about cybersecurity and online safety. Future Publishing via Getty Images

Dozens of US schools, universities move to ban TikTok

School officials are becoming increasingly wary of TikTok amid concerns that the app poses a risk to student safety and privacy and makes the nation vulnerable to spies.

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