security

Unappreciated knowledge

Dawson College’s decision to expel a student after he discovered a serious security flaw in their system is a harsh, unnecessary course of action.Continue...

Concerns arise over blue light bars

Campus Security has hired two additional staff for direct patrolling of the blue lights on campus after students have continued to misuse the emergency phones.Continue...

CSIS policy unacceptable

Information gathered through torture can be used by Canadian security officials, thanks to a directive that allows for flexibility in particular situations.Continue...

Are we safer after 9/11?

Since the terrorist attacks committed on Sept. 11, 2001, our perception of security has changed in many ways. Have the lessons we learned made us safer?Continue...

Web cam creeps and hackers: Are they really watching you?

Do you have a friend that covers their webcam with a sticky tab? Ever think they might be going overboard? Well, think again.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...

Digital cloaks of invisibility: how to be anonymous and secure online

You’d be surprised how many ways your personal data can be exploited as you surf the web.Continue...

ARC thief caught

A curl-up bar and barbell weights stolen from the ARC were recovered Wednesday at 3 p.m. A fourth-year Queen’s student had stolen the items last Friday.Continue...