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B.C. library co-op seals leak after hacker obtained data, demanded ransom

B.C. library co-op seals leak after hacker obtained data, demanded ransom

VICTORIA — A hacker demanded ransom money after obtaining data from a server used by libraries throughout British Columbia, but a system manager who responded to the incident saysthe leak was limitedand the issue was fixed immediately.
Vancouver's Netskrt Systems raises $10M for high-def streaming expansion

Vancouver's Netskrt Systems raises $10M for high-def streaming expansion

Netskrt aims to broaden its innovative streaming technology to new markets globally
Binance founder Changpeng Zhao sentenced to 4 months for allowing money laundering

Binance founder Changpeng Zhao sentenced to 4 months for allowing money laundering

SEATTLE (AP) — Changpeng Zhao, founder of the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange, was sentenced Tuesday to four months in prison for looking the other way as criminals used the platform to move money connected to child sex abuse, drug traffickin
London Drugs probes if personal data was breached in cyber incident that shut stores

London Drugs probes if personal data was breached in cyber incident that shut stores

VANCOUVER — London Drugs is investigating whether personal data was compromised in a cybersecurity incident that prompted the company to close all of its stores across Western Canada until further notice.
Could the London Drugs cyberattack impact customer data at Metro Vancouver stores?

Could the London Drugs cyberattack impact customer data at Metro Vancouver stores?

What you need to know about getting your prescriptions and if the likelihood your data might be affected.
Vancouver's Sanctuary AI reveals newest Phoenix humanoid robots

Vancouver's Sanctuary AI reveals newest Phoenix humanoid robots

The seventh-generation robots are cheaper and faster to produce, while lasting longer and having a better range of motion in the hands, wrists and elbows
AI could boost Canada's lagging productivity: Microsoft Canada president

AI could boost Canada's lagging productivity: Microsoft Canada president

TORONTO — When the head of Microsoft Canada needed to write a letter of interest as part of an application to join a not-for-profit board, he decided to put the tech giant's software to the test.
Telecom complaints jump 43% as Rogers accounts for one-quarter of grievances: report

Telecom complaints jump 43% as Rogers accounts for one-quarter of grievances: report

The watchdog that handles grievances about telecommunications companies in Canada says complaints about phone, internet and television services were up 43 per cent halfway through its reporting year.
Trudeau won't comment on future of TikTok in U.S., as Liberals tap app's influencers

Trudeau won't comment on future of TikTok in U.S., as Liberals tap app's influencers

OAKVILLE, Ont. — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is refusing to comment on the future of TikTok in the United States, at a time when his own party is leaning on the app and its influencers to deliver the Liberals' political message to Canadians. The U.
Feds need 'nuanced' approach to ensure public sector doesn't lose tech talent: Anand

Feds need 'nuanced' approach to ensure public sector doesn't lose tech talent: Anand

TORONTO — Treasury Board President Anita Anand says Canada has to take a "nuanced" approach to shrinking its public service in order to protect some of its tech worker ranks.