The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) and Canadian Journalists for Free Expression (CJFE) have launched a court challenge against Canada’s recently adopted Anti-Terrorism Act, 2015, also known as Bill C-51.

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Government of Canada servers are facing an ongoing DDoS attack on Wednesday, pulling more than a dozen government department’s websites offline and affecting email service.

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The Government of Canada has responded to ICANN regarding the controversial .SUCKS new gTLD rollout. In a letter to ICANN dated June 9 (PDF), Industry Canada Deputy Minister James Knubley said that Canadian law includes trademark protections, and those laws apply to the new gTLD.

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Microsoft announced plans to establish two data centers in Canada that will provide its cloud services to customers in the country.

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The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) is inviting Canadians to test their Internet speed with a web application in order to collect information on the country’s Internet connections. The .CA Internet Performance Test uses test servers at various Internet exchange points in Canada to show users their upload and download speeds and other information about their connections.

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The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) is inviting Canadians to test their Internet speed with a web application in order to collect information on the country’s Internet connections. The .CA Internet Performance Test uses test servers at various Internet exchange points in Canada to show users their upload and download speeds and other information about their connections.

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After Canada’s Supreme Court ruled last summer that Internet Service Providers could not voluntarily disclose customer information to law enforcement officials, Canadian telecom Rogers has reported fewer customer information requests, according to its 2014 Transparency Report.

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Email service providers (ESPs) may feel vindicated after David-Manuel Santos Da Silva of Canada was indicted this week by a federal grand jury for his involvement with a cybercirme ring. Hackers breached at least eight email service providers in the US between February 2009 and June 2012, stealing proprietary marketing…

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Email service providers (ESPs) may feel vindicated after David-Manuel Santos Da Silva of Canada was indicted this week by a federal grand jury for his involvement with a cybercirme ring. Hackers breached at least eight email service providers in the US between February 2009 and June 2012, stealing proprietary marketing…

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One in five Canadians aged 18-34 has made a purchase from a mobile device, according to Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) research. CIRA released its fourth annual “.CA Factbook 2015″ on Tuesday, in which it says mobile devices are taking a central role in ecommerce among Canadian youth.

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