Are we really considering CanCon for the internet?
From copying the CBC website, to claiming female anchors are leaving to start a skincare business, CANADALAND explains the tricks scammers use to target Canadian media consumers
Something like the half of all activity on the internet is fake. Yes, there are bots. But there are also fake websites that cater to bots. And then there are the ways real people adjust their behaviour to try to game the bots. Where does this leave the idyllic internet we were promised?
Canada’s broadcast regulator has put forward a proposal to tax everything from porn to podcasts to help pay for CanCon.
Documents obtained by CANADALAND reveal a plan to create a not-for-profit corporation responsible for maintaining a blacklist of alleged pirate sites.
Our justice system has turned a blind eye; we, however, will always remember.
Century Egg composes Chinese pop songs by Email. And a war is brewing in the Canadian art world. It’s a war of loverz, haterz and haterzhaterz.
But through his lawyer, Ren Bostelaar denies engaging “in the act of doxxing.”
Emily M. Keeler listens to one song seven times a day, goes on Instagram and ends up in the Twilight Zone, and looks for gopher holes in poetry.
Gif heritage with Sally McKay. Kiera Boult is the wizard of Canada’s Brooklyn. The first movie star is from Hamilton.
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