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My impossible journey to find student housing in Toronto

Moving to Canada from overseas introduced me to fraudulent landlords, sky-high prices and an apartment hunt for the ages
Guilbeault is leading the battle to regulate Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon and Microsoft (CP/Sean Kilpatrick)

Attention web giants: ’Recess is over’

A small group of nations, led by Canada, have been quietly preparing to take on the tech giants. Inside their battle to rein in the most powerful companies on Earth.
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Twitter and Facebook have gifted America a Trojan Horse

Andrew MacDougall: Social media has painted us into an awful corner where truth never catches up to the lie and emotion only ever ratchets up
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The ’excessively violent’ election ad, paid for by the Manning Centre

Facebook pulled an anti-Trudeau ad from a third-party group funded by the Manning Centre. The organization has backed a number of other intense ads.
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Why the Liberals are outspending everyone on Facebook

In week 1, the Liberals spent as much as $148,947. The Tories, meanwhile, are not as sold on Facebook and are turning to the phones, documents suggest.
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Ghosts of cyberspace: What happens to your digital life when you die

Your digital footprint is larger than you think. And failing to have a plan for it could result in legal fees, headaches and heartaches for your survivors when you die.
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Canadians deserve answers from Mark Zuckerberg

Our editorial: Facebook’s senior leadership testified in front of U.S. Congress last year. Neither Zuckerberg nor COO Sheryl Sandberg cared enough to offer Canadians the same courtesy.
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The day that Facebook disrespected Canada

The social media giant was finally called to answer to legislators for its conduct. Mark Zuckerberg couldn’t be bothered to show up.
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Exposing Facebook’s ’deeply troubling’ behaviour

Canada’s privacy commissioner plans to take Facebook to court to enforce privacy laws, saying the company’s ’privacy framework was empty’
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Should we break up the tech giants?

Timothy Wu says Facebook’s huge corporate scale may well make it a threat to democracy