A seven-step guide to protecting your online data in Canada

26/04/18 - The collection of personal information has never been more commonplace, and it’s destined to grow even more as machine-learning algorithms and voice-assistance technology, specifically designed to learn from human habits, become part of everyday life. As Facebook and Cambridge Analytica’s data-abuse scandal has unfolded in recent weeks, forcing Facebook chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg to testify before the U.S. Congress, there is finally mass appetite to study these consequences and the practices that enable them. Learn more about how you can protect your online data here from the Globe and Mail.