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...

Selling art in the age of the internet

In the era of the internet, the typical local arts store is tasked with providing their customers with more than just an interesting inventory if they want to succeed.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...

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