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New antitrust laws could save you from Big Tech’s choke-hold
What are Antitrust laws, and why should you care? Your questions answered
Government must release submissions to harmful content online consultation
Civil society groups and academics demand public response from federal government to submissions to harmful content consultation
Open letter: Defer consultations on the Internet until after the election
Academic experts and civil society are calling on government to defer several open consultations on the future of the Internet until after a new government is formed.
BC just released their report on the cell phone affordability consultations. What’s next?
The BC government has released a report on cell phone contract that will shock no one.
Your Internet stories are up in Ottawa!
You shared your Internet stories with us. We plastered them in ads. Our decision makers won't be able to ignore these.
What does a Liberal minority government mean for Canada’s Internet?
The verdict of the election is here. So what is going to happen to the future of digital policy in Canada?
Where do the parties stand on Internet and Privacy issues?
With the election just days away, voters are getting ready to vote. But, where do the parties stand on Internet and privacy issues?
Will this be the election that breaks up the Big Three?
The winner of this election will determine whether Canada’s telecom oligopoly continues to rule or makes way for new competitors and lower prices.
Facial recognition: Four things you need to know
Facial recognition: most of us have heard the term, and maybe even experienced it when our faces are recognised and tagged on social media, or to unlock our phones. But do you know what the concerns are, and whether it’s being used in public spaces in Canada? Here’s four things you should know.
The Liberals promised to reform Bill C-51. What happened?
What happened to the Liberals' promise to reform the infamous, anti-terror legislation Bill C-51 and where do we go next?
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