Internet

Edward Snowden to discuss global surveillance at Queen’s Model UN

Edward Snowden — the former NSA contractor considered a hero by some and a traitor by others — is speaking at a Queen’s event this...Continue...

Internet needs regulation

While resolutions to Internet privacy concerns aren’t forthcoming, more should be done to prevent corporations from looking at the content of user emails.Continue...

Blackout sends a warning

On Wednesday a number of popular websites, including Wikipedia and Reddit, were blacked out. It was a decision made in protest of proposed U.S. legislation that could hinder free and open Internet access.Continue...

Internet services down on campus

Queen's Information Technology Services (ITS) aren’t able to provide a time and date for when Internet services will be fully functioning across campus.Continue...

Self-deprecation on social media: for expression or for likes?

Where’s the line between celebrating imperfection and using it for approval?Continue...

Child-rearing isn’t just expensive, it’s individual

Average numbers aren’t as helpful as a specific focus — the real data’s in the details.Continue...

Stand up to online prejudice

Social media and the Internet give a megaphone to a lot of things that shouldn’t be said, and Islamaphobic sentiments are one of them.Continue...

A guide to a strategic social media game

The initial vision of the Internet was to build a community of anonymity: a place where you could reinvent yourself. For the most part, this vision collapsed with the advent of social media.Continue...

My online obsession

I became addicted to social media in grade four.Continue...

No offence

Let’s have a chat without getting our knickers in a knot.Continue...

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