Canada weak on anti-spam laws: Globe

Good article in today’s Life section of the Globe and Mail on how Canada has the weakest anti-spam laws in the G8. It took us a long time to get a do-not-call registry forĀ  telemarkers, which was wildly successful when launched in September; why can’t we do the same with spammers, who are not just annoying, but often criminals looking for identity theft.

Globe and Mail, November 7 2008

The future of newspapers in Canada, by Jonathan Kay

Since the National Post no longer publishes on the prairies, I have to rely on Google Alerts to let me know what their columnists are saying. Despite his defence of the National Post, Mr. Kay does have some insights into the future of newspapers in Canada.

National Post, November 7 2008


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