Threats against Internet freedom and digital rights aren’t new, but the Internet blackout that happened a couple of weeks ago was. Now, however, the threat is moving closer to home—to Canada.
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Why the CEO Should Be Disqualified
As a Concordia student, Action’s antics, abysmal performance at election debates and blatant post-campaigning inspired embarrassment.However, after reading the regulations that Chief Electoral Officer Oliver Cohen determined were breached, it seems that Your Concordia did not run a perfectly clean campaign either.
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While social progressiveness is no foreign concept to the Concordia culture, a disturbing issue remains unaddressed: students have found themselves arbitrarily cut off from their Concordia Internet access on campus.
Largest Release of Secret U.S. Documents in History
After almost a weekend of international political nailbiting, the quarter-million-document “Cablegate” dump has finally been published, bringing to the surface a plethora of nauseating international political realities.
New Bill Cracks Down on ‘Copyright-Infringing’ Websites
A free government does not demonstrate its cherished ideals by detaining, and then repeatedly harrassing a security researcher with a clean criminal record for defending an accused whistle-blower.
That’s the number of significant action reports from the Iraq War that WikiLeaks Editor-in-Chief Julian Assange released to the public on Friday, Oct. 22 at 5:00 p.m.
A vast majority of the reports documented the results of violence, murders and death.
The largest leak of confidential military information in history is here, in front of our eyes.
WikiLeaks’s recent release of the largest leak of classified documents in U.S. military history has turned the Internet into a war zone.
On one side, WikiLeaks has assembled the brightest and most dedicated hacker-activists in an effort to turn the Internet into a bastion of transparency and information freedom.