Three days of talking about digital crimes in the countryside.

Last year I was invited to present at the Colloque Francopol sur la Cybercriminalité. Which I did. It was an awesome and unique experience. Not only because of the subject matter, but of course, for the networking that ensued from that event. Last year’s conference was held in Boucherville, much closer to home, so it… Read More Three days of talking about digital crimes in the countryside.

Janet Jackson’s Number Ones tour kicks off in Montreal August 1st.

Ms. Jackson, I’ve been waiting to see you forever. As a child I’ve loved Janet Jackson until now. I wouldn’t go as far as saying I love her more than Michael – but definitely comparable. I even adore the Control album. Tonight was the first Janet Jackson concert I’ve ever been to. It was held… Read More Janet Jackson’s Number Ones tour kicks off in Montreal August 1st.

Looking out on the morning rain, I used to feel so uninspired…

Censorship. That’s what’s on my mind. I don’t feel uninspired; however, the Internet is tricky. You (and I mean a general “you”) can’t exactly say whatever you want to say and expect that the world will applaud you. You have to watch what you say to a certain extent. Freedom of speech has its limits.… Read More Looking out on the morning rain, I used to feel so uninspired…

Empathy and cyberbullying: What’s the connection?

Is the Internet making us less empathic? asks UCLA researcher Gary Small. And then you have Jean Twenge who talks about a new generation called Generation Me. With all of these blanket statements in magazine articles and books, it’s hard to discern the truth at some point.  Sifting through all of this information can often cloud… Read More Empathy and cyberbullying: What’s the connection?