Weekly roundup: March 12-18


The Black Hole of North Korea from Foreign Policy [via North Korea Economy Watch]

Robocalls aren’t the problem—the way parties treat voters as prey is from National Post

Just what we needed – another way for the government to not answer questions from CBC’s Inside Politics Blog

Tories misleading us about drunk driving toll from Calgary Herald [This is the Alberta PC party not the federal Conservatives]

Practically speaking from Financial Post Magazine

Don’t expect radical changes in upcoming public-service cuts from The Globe and Mail

Blue Jays quietly becoming threat to Yankees from New York Post

Trade is key to food security from Ottawa Citizen

Passphrases only marginally more secure than passwords because of poor choices from ars technica

The new French hacker-artist underground from Wired


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