Canadian tweeps flip the bird at Elections Canada.
Elsewhere on Twitter, Osama’s death sets new record… This is what news has been reduced to.
CRTC (?) sets Canada-wide target for Internet speed.
Canada’s privacy commissioner wants hefty fines for data breaches — speaking of which…
TomTom sold user data to police, motorists then targeted with speed traps.
What happens to your digital legacy after you’re gone?
Samuel L. Jackson, it seems that you have lost your Avengers script…
An IP address is not a person, BitTorrent case judge says.
In other news, DVD sales drop 20%, Blu-ray sucks. Anyone surprised?
From Jim Henshaw: Netflix good, outmoded CanCon funding and regulation bad.
Hey, did you know that today, May 4th, is the Day Against DRM?
Bad news: Car dealer ordered to remove Canucks signage due to copyright infringement.
Good news: Creative Commons music from the Strike the Root Project.
Google plays ball with US carriers to kill tethering apps.
Here’s a Canadian perspective on the situation.
Windows Phone sales “catastrophic“.
Look, everybody just calm the fuck down, ok? THE WHITE IPHONE 4 IS NOT THICKER THAN THE OTHER ONE!!1!
And finally, our WTF link of the week: Flying robotic swarms to create Wi-Fi clouds.
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