regulation

regulations, eh?

Canada Is Gearing Up to Regulate Cryptocurrency

Canada is poised to become a global hub for cryptocurrencies, and advocates worry excessive regulation will stifle innovation.
Corin Faife
3.20.18
Recap

Everything You Need to Know About the Congressional Cryptocurrency Hearing

Topics ranged from regulation for cryptocurrencies and ICOs to white nationalist extremism.
Jordan Pearson
3.14.18
regulation

The SEC Chairman Will Tell Congress He Supports Regulating Cryptocurrency Trading

The chairman will testify on Tuesday morning.
Jordan Pearson
2.5.18
I Fought the Law And...

South Koreans Will Soon Have to Go to Through a Bank to Buy Bitcoin

The country is announcing some serious new policies this week.
Jordan Pearson
1.23.18
monopoly

Regulate Facebook Like AIM

In 2001, the FCC forced AIM to become compatible with other chat platforms. We should do the same to Facebook.
Louise Matsakis
10.6.17
over the counter

Canadians Are Being ‘Deceived’ by Natural Health Products, Doctor Says

Why natural health products and non-prescription drugs shouldn’t be lumped together on store shelves.
Lisa Cumming
6.26.17
Artificial Intelligence

People Don’t Want to Leave AI Up to Corporations

A new survey shows a large preference for government involvement.
Jordan Pearson
4.25.17
party like it's 1899

Bank of Canada Report Says We Should Regulate Bitcoin Like 1800s Money

It was a chaotic time for currency.
Jordan Pearson
2.23.17
politics

The EPA Will Begin Regulating These 10 Chemicals as Potentially Toxic

Asbestos makes the list, but the others are less well known. And the big question remains: will the agency be able to keep doing this under President Trump?
Grennan Milliken
11.30.16
Trump

Postcards from the American Dark Ages of Smog

Donald Trump has called the EPA a 'disgrace.' There was a time when it didn't exist.
Michael Byrne
11.19.16
Canada

Give Even More Power to Canada's Big Telecoms, Think Tank Says

History suggests this might not be a great idea.
Jordan Pearson
10.21.16
privacy

​Comcast’s Defense of ‘Pay-For-Privacy’ Alarms Consumer Advocates

The cable giant is exploring how to gain greater access to user data.
Sam Gustin
8.4.16
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