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How Google's keyword data encryption can help make the SEO market more competitive
Financial Post
Google confirmed it plans to encrypt all search activity, apart from clicks on ads. This is bad news for entrepreneurs. Valuable keyword data from searches, once readily available, will be encrypted and unattainable. That means entrepreneurs who have a website will be unable to track how potential customers are finding their site through organic searches on Google.
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A better Internet for the visually impaired
Ottawa Citizen
Beginning Jan. 1, 2014, new rules in Ontario come into effect aiming to improve online access to information for people with vision and mobility impairments. Other governments in Canada should follow suit. But there are two significant challenges. Public awareness of the new rules coming to Ontario is relatively low beyond those affected. And the rules will be difficult to enforce, especially since the government has already taken heat recently for its lack of enforcement of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) at physical locations of businesses.
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Toronto hospital crowdfunds chemotherapy diagnostic tool
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It's frequently used to raise money for producing movies and recording CDs, but a Toronto hospital is hoping the crowdfunding craze can help get potentially life-saving treatment out of the lab and into the arms of the people who need it most. For almost two decades, Dr. Gregory Czarnota, chief of radiation oncology at Sunnybrook Hospital, has been working with Michael Kolios, an associate dean in Ryerson University's faculty of science, on software that could help better manage breast cancer treatments.
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Social media to be monitored by federal government
Toronto Star
Big Brother is watching you — on just about every social-media platform you can imagine. Tweets, public Facebook posts and YouTube videos could soon be subject to round-the-clock scrutiny by the federal government, a procurement document posted by Public Works and Government Services Canada suggests. Welcome to media monitoring in the 21st century, when simply leafing through a stack of newspapers in the morning is about as antiquated as, well, newspapers.
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How Google's keyword data encryption can help make the SEO market more competitive
Financial Post
Google confirmed it plans to encrypt all search activity, apart from clicks on ads. This is bad news for entrepreneurs. Valuable keyword data from searches, once readily available, will be encrypted and unattainable. That means entrepreneurs who have a website will be unable to track how potential customers are finding their site through organic searches on Google.

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VoIP contract goes to Ontario firm
Toronto Sun
Winnipeg city council has finalized the award of a contract worth about $6 million to an Ontario firm, despite protests from losing bidder MTS. The city's new telephone contracts are expected to save $1.5 million over five years overall.

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10 top SEO copywriting services in Canada
Digital Journal
The independent authority on search marketing vendors in Canada, topseos-canada.com, has ranked the top SEO copywriting agencies in the internet marketing industry for the month of November 2013.

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The Obamacare question: Can the website handle the volume?
CNN
A moment of truth approaches for President Barack Obama's signature health care reforms with Saturday's self-imposed deadline to get the website to work properly for most users. Obama and officials in charge of HealthCare.gov say the "vast majority" of people who go to the website to sign up will have a much improved experience than the crashes, error messages and delays users faced when it launched.
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Google in breach of data law: Dutch privacy watchdog
Toronto Sun
Google's practice of combining personal data from its many different online services violates Dutch data protection law, the country's privacy watchdog said. The Dutch Data Protection Authority asked Google to attend a meeting to discuss its concerns, after which it would decide whether to take any action against the cloud services, internet search and advertising giant, which could include fines.
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Will e-publishing help Africa discover the joy of reading?
BBC
The 566 per cent increase in worldwide internet usage since the start of the millennium might appear staggering but not when compared with Africa, where online activity has grown by an astonishing 3,606 per cent. More than 160 million people are now connected throughout the continent, mostly on mobile phones. With internet access surging and connectivity increasing, the doors are being thrown open to digital publishing.
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