It would be a mistake to think that conservatives should only be concerned with power in government hands. They should seek appropriate checks and balances wherever power might concentrate, including big tech.
Have Canadians lost their media literacy skills? The Logic’s David Skok discusses journalism in the digital age
This episode of Hub Dialogues features host Sean Speer in conversation with David Skok, the CEO and editor-in-chief of The Logic, about the state of the news media in Canada and its future in the digital age.
The risks posed by these hacking technologies are unprecedented. Authoritarian governments have never before had access to such easy tools to surveil, intimidate, and blackmail dissidents far from their borders.
Jimmy Soni joins Hub Dialogues to discuss the rise of PayPal and the brilliant entrepreneurs who shaped so much of Silicon Valley and the world beyond.
As the crisis in Ukraine is proving, Bitcoin’s ability to safeguard assets outside of an unstable economy is incredibly powerful.
Central bank currencies offer many advantages, but recent government actions that sow doubt in their trustworthiness put their adoption at considerable risk.
Are electric vehicles the ‘bet of the century’? Journalist Tim Higgins on the rise of Tesla and the visionary leadership of Elon Musk
Today’s episode of Hub Dialoguesfeatures Tim Higgins on Tesla’s history, its future trajectory, and Elon Musk’s visionary leadership.
The conservative persuasion in North America should be generally viewed as sympatico with frontier-like ideas, inventions, and technologies.
Canada’s Charter does not in fact protect property rights, making Canadians uniquely vulnerable to the dangers of digital jail as a means for social control.
This policy hurts innovation, resulting in higher prices and lower quality of services for consumers in the longer term.