7 Ways the Information Landscape Changed in 2016

How the world of information has changed in 2016 Dear 2016: don't take it personally, but I'm really, really glad you're coming to a close. That seems to be the sentiment with many friends and colleagues as we discuss the end of the year. It's not that 2016 has been all bad, but it’s certainly […]

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I See What You Said There: How Killing Privacy Threatens Free Speech

From the outside, privacy and free speech might appear two very different beasts: after all, free speech is the right to communicate to the public about views, faith, opinions and thoughts without fear of government arrest or worse. Privacy, by contrast, is the right to sit back quietly : to worship, read, write, speak with […]

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Mapping the Battlefields: Where Privacy Is Expected to Clash with Trump

It is official: as of November 9th, Donald Trump has been elected to be the 45th president of the United States of America. The news has left the world in a state of shock, with cheers from his followers and protests from others, as everyone scrambles now that the ‘what if’ scenario of a Trump […]

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Last Tweets Last Tweets

  • This sends a chill down my spine. Now adding “has a plan for data agreements/disposal if business assets sold” to future PIAs & data retention/destruction plans. ,
  • They just keep giving us more reasons to love them ,
  • Addressing gaps in Canadian research data management ,
  • If you’ve been reading recent articles on how life has gone back to normal for Equifax one year later, guess again. ,