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We need up-to-date tools to police cyberspace, but we shouldn't have to surrender our privacy to nail the bad guys, says this editorial.
Welcome to the Financial Mainstream? Report on the hazards facing low-income people when navigating the financial world
This report documents lessons learned from a financial literacy course for low-income people and highlights issues for financial literacy educators in marginalized communities.
Canada's privacy watchdog is urging the Conservative government to explain their position on police access to Internet users' personal data.
Cloud computing has many benefits for nonprofits, but it also raises some questions about privacy. Should your nonprofit go to the cloud?
According to Toronto Star columnist Ellen Roseman, banks are selling expensive products to low income Canadians who don't need them.
The federal government's failure to address our privacy deficit undermines trust in our tech sector, and in the wider economy, says this Toronto Star opinion piece.
Topics in the Fall 2014 issue of Bafflegab include legal health check and access to justice, Ontario's poverty reduction strategy, door-to-door sales, and removing old criminal convictions.
Access www.cleo.on.ca on your mobile! / Accédez à www.cleo.on.ca avec votre cellulaire ou autre portable !
CLEO is pleased to announce that our website is now mobile-friendly. You can access CLEO on your mobile phone or tablet.
Justice Minster Peter MacKay says measures could include tools to allow for the removal of websites or Internet posts that support the "proliferation of terrorism" in Canada.