32: Canada saves your Internet privacy
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On this week's show: follow-up about the spies on Parliament Hill (and the RCMP's response to it); a Canadian not-for-profit that wants government to be better at technology; Internet privacy in Canada and why your data is safe; a CBC op-ed suggesting technology progress may end up hindering us; YouTube TV and what it means for would-be cable cutters. Speed round: -Tech journalist legend Walt Mossberg is retiring -Microsoft is introducing currency for Minecraft -You'll soon be able to fact-check Google search results -Jay Z pulled his music from Spotify -Twitter Lite is a thing Recommendations Dan — ScreenDrive - The Verge Riley — K&F concept lens adapters | The one I bought (Fuji X to Nikon G) Marc — Kingdom: New Lands (for iOS and AndroidLinks:RCMP reveals use of secretive cellphone surveillance technology for the first time | CBC News — The RCMP held the briefing in the wake of a CBC News investigation that found evidence that devices known as IMSI catchers may be in use near government buildings in…