Posted by Soledad Vega on Wednesday, September 16, 2015 - 15:22
Conservatives offered a deal with the National Firearms Association to quiet C-51 dissent, and then broke their promise.
Article by Laura Payton for Maclean's
The president of the National Firearms Association says the Conservative government offered to make changes to its gun licensing bill if the NFA held its fire on the controversial bill C-51, then reneged on the agreement.
Posted by Soledad Vega on Tuesday, September 15, 2015 - 15:48
A cyberspying malware has hit multiple industries and government agencies through attacks to Cisco routers.
Article by Thomson Reuters on CBC
Security researchers say they have uncovered clandestine attacks across three continents on the routers that direct traffic around the internet, potentially allowing suspected cyberspies to harvest vast amounts of data while going undetected.
Posted by Josh Tabish on Tuesday, September 15, 2015 - 10:17
Exciting news! Green Party leader Elizabeth May has just announced her endorsement of our crowdsourced pro-Internet action plan. So far Ms. May is the first major party leader to do so - and we’re thrilled to have her waving the flag for Canada’s Internet.
This is great news for Canada’s pro-Internet movement and never would have happened without so many people speaking up to support our plan. Now we need to keep up the pressure on all the party leaders, to ensure our action plan can be put into law.