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Consumer Privacy Protection Act could lead to fines for deceptive designs in apps and websites

Consumer Privacy Protection Act could lead to fines for deceptive designs in apps and...

Canada’s proposed Consumer Privacy Protection Act (CPPA) prohibits online consent processes that are deceptive or misleading. Companies may face fines for breaking the act’s rules. This could be trouble for...
Pierre Poilievre is popular among union members. What’s it really all about?

Pierre Poilievre is popular among union members. What’s it really all about?

According to a recent poll by Abacus Data, Pierre Poilievre’s Conservatives are now the top choice of union members in Canada. Overall support for the Conservatives among union members is only...
The Online News Act could give Google and Meta too much influence over Canadian news organizations

The Online News Act could give Google and Meta too much influence over Canadian...

Bill C-18, the Online News Act, could give Google and Meta greater influence over Canadian news media in the form of new agreements between online platforms and news organizations. The...
Rogers-Shaw case unexpectedly rewrote merger law, but there’s still time to change that

Rogers-Shaw case unexpectedly rewrote merger law, but there’s still time to change that

Nearly two years after it was announced, the $26-billion takeover of Shaw Communications by Rogers Communications remains in the news — and in a state of limbo. Rogers and Shaw have...
The U.S. is playing border politics again — this time with Canada

The U.S. is playing border politics again — this time with Canada

Concern is reportedly growing among some American legislators about migrants crossing into the United States from Canada. One recent headline intoned: “U.S. Republicans are now warning: Migration from Canada is a...