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What Witchcraft Is Facebook?
Mass psychogenic illness—historically known as "mass hysteria"—is making a comeback. A fairly long, but good article on the resurgence of 'Mass Hysteria'.
Company tracks illegal downloading of 1 million Canadians
Recent changes to Canada’s copyright laws now make it possible for content producers to go after individuals who are found to be illegally distributing or downloading their content -- and they’re now using companies that track Internet piracy in Canada to
How an online posting can cost you your job
The case of a man fired over a negative posting about Amanda Todd highlights a tricky area where the law and the rapidly changing world of social media cross. Just when is it legal to dismiss someone because of something he or she posts online?
Job seeker balks at request to provide Facebook login
When Justin Bassett interviewed for a new job, he expected the usual questions about experience and references. So he was astonished when the interviewer asked for something else: his Facebook username and password.
Facebook makes privacy pledge in FTC settlement
Government regulators are sharing some alarming information about Facebook: They believe the online social network has often misled its more than 800 million users about the sanctity of their personal information.
Website sells pubic lice for revenge
A website in Britain called crabrevenge.com says it sells pubic lice. While the disclaimer says the website creators "do not endorse giving people lice," and the lice are for "novelty purposes only," the website talks about using them for revenge.
Tweeting 'fundamental' in life
Social networks will become a fundamental way we communicate with our governments, businesses and loved ones, Twitter co-founder Evan Williams has told the BBC.
He said that Twitter will be expanding into regions where only the simplest of technology i
Money sharing comes to Facebook
"People share their statuses, their information and their pictures on Facebook so the question is why not share money there too?" Christian von Hammel-Bonten, senior vice president at ClickandBuy told BBC News.
New CTV.ca Website
CTV has totally revamped their website, it looks good now! Not like the old one that was stuck in the 90's
The right gift can be yours for a song
The birthday dinner was winding down when Mariana Bronzman brought out the pièce de résistance.
Requests range from love lyrics to cheating heart ditties or a Bar Mitzvah rap
Top 10 New Websites of 2007!
According to TIME magazine online, these are the Top 10 new websites for 2007...Some of the choices are very interesting...
National Post Facelift
Today, we are proud to introduce you to a rebooted nationalpost.com and financialpost.com, two Web sites completely redesigned and reimagined with clarity and ease-of-use in mind.
YouTube Canada launches
Popular video-sharing website YouTube launched a Canadian version at an event in Toronto on Tuesday. Company officials said the new site will give Canadian users the chance to increase their exposure.
Throne speech clouds weather, other websites
While you’re checking Environment Canada’s weather website, you might want to have a look at the Conservative government’s throne speech. If so, it’s pretty easy, because right above the weather map, there’s a dark blue hot link: Speech from the Throne —
Canadian social networking site that gives the user total control over who can view their content. Free to register
New Liberal Party Web Site
April 17, 2007 - The Liberal Party of Canada today unveiled its new website as part of an overall strategy to reach out to Canadians online.
Canadian nuclear safety site defaced by hacker
Red-faced officials at Canada's nuclear safety watchdog on Thursday said they were probing how a hacker had managed to litter its official Web site with dozens of colour photographs of a nuclear explosion.
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