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The verdict of the election is here. So what is going to happen to the future of digital policy in Canada?
With the election just days away, voters are getting ready to vote. But, where do the parties stand on Internet and privacy issues?
Back in August the CRTC significantly cut down the rates for what Big Telecom can charge smaller providers for network access. As a result, a handful of smaller Internet service providers are already passing that benefit on to their customers.
By lowering wholesale broadband Internet rates, the CRTC is lowering barriers for small Internet providers to enter the market!
How do they score? We rated the new privacy policies of all the major parties – and every single one failed on key best practices.
Canada’s political parties have failed to meet basic privacy expectations. Now we’re calling on them to protect personal information and empower citizens.
While a step in the right direction, the Code fails to provide a sufficiently robust framework to protect customers from Big Telecom’s widespread predatory practices
OpenMedia has sent an official letter to the government of Ontario urging it to repeal Bill 66 in its current form and keep the Wireless Services Agreement Act, which provides important consumer protections at the provincial level.
Our submission to the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Act review is in — thanks for speaking out!
We submitted our views to the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Act review on behalf of the OpenMedia community to foster an open and innovative Internet in Canada. Thank you for adding your voices!