Facebook, Google, Amazon ‘come together’ with plan to tackle online hate – National

Internet giants — Microsoft, Twitter, Facebook, Google, Amazon — came together to condemn online hate in a joint statement issued on Wednesday. Executives of

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Zuckerberg ‘optimistic’ about French plan to curb online hate – National

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg hailed on Friday France’s efforts to regulate hateful content online as a model for the European Union after meeting French President

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Brett Kissel shares his life, including a pledge to get fit, with fans online

If you want to know Brett Kissel, you could start with his albums — or his Instagram feed. The Alberta-born country music star fills his

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Kids and privacy: Should you dig online for details?

This story is part of Amy Bell’s column Parental Guidance that airs on CBC Radio One’s The Early Edition. I live with my family of four in a

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University of Calgary offers ‘groundbreaking’ free online course on sports concussions

Research on concussions in sport has reached a tipping point where the University of Calgary is offering a free, online course to anyone and

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‘Dating Sunday’ the busiest for those looking for love online, experts say – Saskatoon

During the week, online dating websites and apps see the most traction on Sunday. Online dating experts have identified Sunday January 6th as the

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Hate against Team Canada captain on social media shines light on athlete abuse online: experts

The barrage of online hate aimed at Canadian world junior hockey team captain Maxime Comtois after he missed a penalty shot in overtime during the 2019

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Deleting just your Facebook is an ‘artificial’ way of protecting online privacy: expert – National

After a year full of privacy controversies, many social media users are contemplating whether deleting Facebook is the best way to protect their data.

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Taverner Troubles | Watch News Videos Online

On this week’s Focus Ontario, sour grapes or political meddling? — the latest twists and turns in the appointment of Ron Taverner as the

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Gab.com — the website suspected Pittsburgh synagogue shooter frequented — is fighting to stay online – National

The website where the suspected Pittsburgh synagogue gunman posted anti-Semitic views said on Sunday it was “working around the clock” to stay online after

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