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Mind the gap: Poll finds many Canadian businesses believe privacy is important but not taking basic steps to protect customer information

Ten years after Canada’s private sector privacy law came into full effect, our latest survey has found that many Canadian businesses are still not taking the basic steps necessary to protect the personal information of their customers and clients – despite believing that protecting privacy is “extremely important”. An overwhelming majority of businesses (82%) said [...]

Border ‘butchers’, absentee poll reps and West Papua’s growing strife

A West Papuan in handcuffs at a recent “Free West Papuans” rally in Auckland. Photo: Del Abcede/PMC THE INDONESIAN parliamentary elections this week were disappointing on a number of fronts, especially for presidential frontrunner Jakarta Governor Joko “Jokowi” Widodo. His Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) which gained just 19 percent of the vote, was far [...]

Muslims in America: PEW Poll

From The Source, Aug. 30, 2011: Five Feet of Fury (Kathy Shaidle) discusses a recent PEW poll of American muslims. Ezra Levant

FCC Web Comments = Non-Random, Non-Credible Poll Results?

If you’re following the AT&T / T-Mobile acquisition, you may have come across this mass e-mail campaign, staged by the radical group, Free Press: You can submit the language below or, preferably, answer in your own words. Your Comment to the FCC: AT&T’s takeover of T-Mobile would stifle choice and innovation in the market, harm [...]