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One Degree Monday November 16 2020

Canada’s Proposal For Internet Link Fees Could Be Bad News If You Like To Get Your News Online

It’s an idea that has gained steam among policymakers in one country after another: Force the internet media giants ― primarily Google and Facebook ― to pay news organizations for linking to their articles.

HUFFPOST

JIM BALSILLIE, DAN BREZNITZ TALK OPPORTUNITY TO ADAPT CANADIAN INNOVATION POLICY AMID COVID-19, US ELECTION

The COVID-19 pandemic presents opportunities for Canadian innovation, according to CCI’s Jim Balsillie and Dan Breznitz of the University of Toronto, despite accelerating negative economic trends.

BETAKIT

Canada has 22.5 million mobile phones gathering dust in their homes

Used electronics online shop reBuy has released a study which analyses the mobile phone e-waste in 27 countries. From helping millions to give their used tech a second life, reBuy has become increasingly aware of the sheer volume of perfectly functional but unwanted mobile phones gathering dust in the back of cupboards and drawers.

THE SUBURBAN

Why Apple iOS 14.3 Is The Most Exciting Update Yet, And I Can’t Wait

The next version of Apple iOS 14 will be iOS 14.3 (unless there’s an unexpected upset that requires something sooner). It’s in public beta testing already so it may not be far off and it includes a very cool update for the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max: ProRAW support.

FORBES

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