In the last two weeks, thanks to significantly increased direct and arranged government supports, we have taken another large step towards an information dystopia. We have done little to anything to address the implications of declining public trust in the news.
Much has been made about the news industry’s shrinking revenues in the digital age. But the chief problem with news isn’t financing—it is trust. A key source of the trust deficit can be found in the Faustian choices that it has made in the social media environment.
Canada is not untouched by the conflict raging between Israel and Hamas. So how should we best respond? We’ve gathered a host of The Hub’s expert commentators to bring their perspectives on how our country should approach this war.
This episode of Hub Dialogues features Zeke Faux, an award-winning investigative reporter for Bloomberg, about his new must-read book, Number Go Up: Inside Crypto’s Wild Rise and Staggering Fall.
This week’s Hub Roundtable discusses the implications of the newly-released regulations for the government’s online news law. We also talk about the Liberal government’s plummeting poll numbers and what Prime Minister Justin Trudeau can do to pull out of this free-fall.
In less than two years, Nate Hochman went from “rising star on the intellectual right” to political pariah after being fired last month from the Ron DeSantis campaign for tweeting out a video he created containing a Nazi symbol.
Does Trudeau’s cabinet overhaul even matter? The Hub Roundtable reacts. Plus, the internet’s dark rabbit holes
This week’s Hub Roundtable discusses Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s big cabinet shuffle this week. Plus, talk about Nate Hochman, the up-and-coming American conservative thinker who was fired from the Ron DeSantis campaign, and Twitter’s rebrand.
This week’s Hub Roundtable discusses the Liberal government’s impending cabinet shuffle. Plus, the recent trend of Big Tech companies threatening to get tough with countries that try to regulate them. Is this an ominous sign for the future?
The government deletes its Facebook account: The Hub Roundtable on the feds’ continuing battle with Meta
This week’s Hub Roundtable discusses the government’s continuing battle with Meta. Plus, the company’s new Twitter competitor Threads has arrived. Is this the beginning of the end for Twitter?
French laws barring children from social media passed with unanimous support in the National Assembly, while here in Canada, not a single party is even proposing to protect children from Big Tech’s predations.