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Tell Trudeau: NO to Mobile Device Tracking!

Now that we know the federal government tracked the locations of 33 million mobile devices last year without our knowledge or consent, what happens next? Send a message to Justin Trudeau and the Minister of Justice to #DemandPrivacy today.
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Telus Gave Your Location Data to the Feds. Now what?

Our privacy laws failed to protect us. Find out why more than 10,000 people are demanding new privacy rights from Justin Trudeau.
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Your outrage at Canada’s broken Internet is on full display

OpenMedia’s mobile billboard ads are demanding positive change in downtown Toronto — and we have more on the way.
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Reform Canada’s censorship plan!

Canada is building a dangerously overreaching censorship plan — and RIGHT NOW is our best chance to reform it!

The State of Privacy in Canada: No Transparency, No Accountability

Non-consensual sharing of location data between Telus and Canadian government shows desperate need for privacy law reform
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Canadian privacy law has got you covered, but here’s why it simply isn’t enough

From limited digital rights, to little enforcement, find out why Canada's privacy laws are in serious need of an overhaul.
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It’s time for Canadian privacy law reform, so where do we go from here?

Find out how privacy rights in Canada compare on the world stage.

24,000+ call on Congress to #StopFacebook from fueling far-right extremism by passing a federal data privacy law

Facebook’s algorithmic manipulation is fuelling the extremism that led to the January 6 attack. Data privacy is fundamental to disarming Facebook’s data weapon.

Trudeau abandons promise to lower Internet and cell phone bills

Mandate letters miss the mark entirely on affordable connectivity and Internet access.

Government promises to learn from Internet regulation mistakes

But will harmful content legislation and Broadcasting Act reform do so?

OpenMedia works to keep the Internet open, affordable, and surveillance-free. We create community-driven campaigns to engage, educate, and empower people to safeguard the Internet.

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