The ability of Big Tech companies to shut out one of the world’s loudest men, Donald Trump, is astonishing. The events of last week, including the mob storming the U.S. Capitol building, forces us to ask how should we regulate Big Tech? In the Harvard Business Review “How to Hold Social Media Accountable for Undermining … Continue reading The Need for Holding Big Tech Companies Accountable for Speech
The press speaks truth to power. And in doing so, helps uphold the rule of law. But what happens when people can sue publications into bankruptcy – effectively silencing them. Should that be allowed? Should wealthy people or corporations be able to silence publications they don’t like? In the documentary, “Nobody Speak: Trials of the … Continue reading Don’t Speak: Is the Media Under Attack?
Famous privacy professor Michael Geist rings the alarm on Quebec’s new law. The law requires Internet service providers to block access to gambling websites. Geist explains that: Rather than opening the market… Quebec is instead seeking to censor the Internet for its own commercial gain by ordering Internet providers to block access to any unregulated … Continue reading Blocking Gambling Websites: The Slippery Slope?