Hey, parents! Take your baby off social media

Keeping your child’s face off social media means giving your kids a simple gift: freedom
Apple Encryption Q&A

Why can’t the FBI hack an iPhone?

An explainer on Tim Cook’s stand against a court order demanding Apple to create a ’master key’ to unlock a terrorist gunman’s phone

In the checkout line: Debit? Credit? DNA sample?

It starts with Air Miles. Then, it’s your mom’s social insurance number. Scott Feschuk on the checkout line’s privacy intrusions

The end of NSA’s phone-record dragnet? That’s marginal change.

Leading privacy-rights lawyer Jameel Jaffer on why Obama is as secretive as Bush on national security, and why privacy issues are hard to sell
U.S. Senator Paul announces candidacy for president during an event in Louisville

Where is Canada’s answer to Rand Paul?

Rand Paul may be one of America’s most divisive politicians, but he’s leading the charge against the Patriot Act. Scott Gilmore on the lessons Canada can learn

So, when do we start caring about privacy?

The Canadian government has been spying on and collecting our emails en masse. Yawn, right?
Facebook-Privacy Vote

When it comes to privacy, what is our threshold for outrage?

Colin Horgan on the sliding scale of privacy
Stephen Harper, Thomas Lawson

QP Live: Who makes a good privacy watchdog?

Your daily dose of political theatre
Supporters Of Michigan Open Carry Law Hold March And Rally

America dumbs down

The U.S. is being overrun by a wave of anti-science, anti-intellectual thinking. Has the most powerful nation on Earth lost its mind?

The QP Clip: Tom Mulcair’s 1,000,000 questions about privacy

The exchange you can’t miss from this afternoon’s Question Period