As the second wave of coronavirus continues to surge in Canada, more people are turning to social media to stay connected. This increased reliance on social media has raised renewed privacy-related questions and concerns about digital trace data users leave
Canada’s out-of-date online privacy rules aren’t protecting you The regulation of user privacy must consider potential future applications of any collected data. (Shutterstock) Anatoliy Gruzd, Ryerson University With so many of us stuck at home due to the pandemic, people
“Not So Social, Not So Networked: Teens’ Perspectives of Privacy and Trust on Social Media” In the past two years, The eQuality Project has conducted a series of research projects exploring how teens use social media in their daily lives.
Download the report 50% of online Canadian adults choose to censor social media posts to avoid companies using data for advertising, says new report TORONTO — Even before the Cambridge Analytica scandal, social media users in Canada were attempting to