“Increases in data transmission capacity coupled with a shift toward programmatic advertising have resulted in a precipitous decrease in the ability of traditional journalism to mediate the quality of public information,” reads one of the revelations in a new Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) report. (SEAN KILPATRICK / THE CANADIAN PRESS FILE PHOTO)
It seems Canada is taking a better thought through approach to this problem, and much more timely, than the United States.
But it still isn’t good enough.
Nobody appears to be taking a totally holistic approach to this. The US seems to be grinding down the cyber road. The Facebook and Twitter road. Individual roads with no real impact on the holistic picture. There is no roadmap, there is no plan, there is only floundering.
We need a concept first, a strategy. The totality of the problem must be enumerated, roughly defined – allowing evolution as we…
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