For Bitmaker Labs, the trouble started with a flattering newspaper profile. In April, Canada’s Globe & Mail ran a piece on the Toronto-based hacker school, calling it “an intense program for programmers” and saying that founder Matt Grey is “dedicated to changing the world.”

Two months later, Bitmaker has temporarily ceased operations. The problem? Local educational regulators read the article and — two weeks ago — came knocking on Bitmaker’s doors.

[MORE: Canadian Hacker School Goes Dark After Government Probe]

(Source: Wired)

  1. hakimism reblogged this from wired and added:
    Hope they get back up and running soon.
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    Oh, Canada.
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    Cray.
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