Guest Blog: What Taylor Swift’s Ticketmaster debacle tells us about concentration on the internet
Monopolies on the mind? Check out this piece from our friends at CIRA: “Now it’s Ticketmaster and Taylor Swift tickets. Next, it could be the infrastructure of a Big Tech company.”
New antitrust laws could save you from Big Tech’s choke-hold
What are Antitrust laws, and why should you care? Your questions answered
When Did We Lose The Right To Repair The Stuff We Buy?
Remember the days when you could extend the life of computers, phones, vacuum cleaners and washing machines? Maybe it’s time to reestablish our right to repair.
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Encryption (HBO)
The one and only John Oliver joins the encryption debate.
Apple, the FBI, and dangerous encryption backdoors
Our own Laura Tribe takes on the recent U.S. court order that could override iPhone security protections, Apple's response and why you should care.
Globe and Mail: Apple’s monthly instalment price plan for unlocked iPhones eludes Canada
Why can't we have nice things like U.S.'s monthly instalment price plan for iPhones here in Canada? Article by Christine Dobby for The Globe and Mail Apple Inc. revealed a new way to buy its flagship device last week – the option to pay for unlocked models of its newest iPhones through monthly instalments. But the arrangement is exclusive to U.S. customers, extending a trend in smartphone shopping that has yet to make its way to Canada.
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