CANADALAND

Linden MacIntyre's premature exit from the CBC is a giant Fuck You. To who?

Direct download: Ep.34_-_The_Linden_MacIntyre_Interview.mp3
Category:media/news -- posted at: 9:26pm EST

Harper cabinet member Tony Clement describes how government outsources social media monitoring of the public. Is it legal? He's not sure yet. 


Weeks after 9/11, reporter Jan Wong smuggled a box cutter onto an Air Canada Flight to see if she could. Jan Wong had a celebrity gossip column but she interviewed a homeless woman instead. Jan Wong called Quebec out for racism years before the Values Charter. Jan Wong was punk rock. Then her editors threw her under the bus. She's still not okay with that.

Direct download: Ep.32_-_Jan_Wong_isnt_over_it.mp3
Category:media/news -- posted at: 10:20pm EST

Ep.31 - Your telecom provider is selling your information to the government

In 2011, Canadian government agencies asked Internet providers and cell phone companies for private subscriber data 1.2 million times. Warrants were rarely provided and the telecom companies had the right to refuse. They handed over your information anyway, and charged for it. 


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