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Everything you didn't know about CANCON

Everything you didn’t know about CanCon

And what it means for 21st-century streaming content in Canada
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Tell Minister Champagne: Protect our phones from fraud!

SIM card fraud is a type of identity theft where scammers gain control of your phone number and online accounts through your cell phone service provider. We need clear, strong and transparent rules with real solutions to stop it.
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What’s wrong with Bill C-10? An FAQ

Anatomy of a legacy media power grab
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Fix Bill C-11

Tell the government to make this privacy bill work by closing these loopholes now.
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Stop history’s most dangerous FCC appointment!

Trump’s final FCC nominee Nathan Simington is the biggest threat to the Internet we’ve seen in years. Email your Senator asking them to #BlockSimington
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Stop broadcasting giants’ online media takeover!

Canada’s biggest media conglomerates are making a power grab to force the Internet into the restrictive model of broadcast television — and with Bill C-10, our government is backing them up.

Advocates welcome major overhaul to Canada’s privacy law

Bill C-11 provides much-needed protections for individuals’ data privacy
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Community WIN: the Universal Broadband Fund is (finally) here!

We spoke up in numbers too big for Canada’s government to ignore.

Government’s Universal Broadband Fund finally announced

Rapid response funding welcome, but details of who will be connected when still unclear
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Stop Bill C-10: Guilbeault’s media giant power grab

With a wink to his broadcasting-giant friends, Minister of Canadian Heritage Steven Guilbeault just tabled Bill C-10, a proposal to try and force 20th century broadcast regulations and taxes onto Internet streaming services.

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