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Your voice, DELIVERED: 103,000+ petition signers urge Senate to fix Bill C-11!
Canada’s Senate just introduced a key amendment that nips many of Bill C-11’s problems in the bud — but brought a HUGE new threat to our privacy along with it.
Your outrage at Canada’s broken Internet is on full display
OpenMedia’s mobile billboard ads are demanding positive change in downtown Toronto.
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
OpenMedia’s response to the Federal Government’s ‘harmful content’ consultation
Our submission to the department of Canadian Heritage explains what they have wrong in dealing with ‘online harms’, and how to fix it.
A First Look at Canada’s Harmful Content proposal
What’s proposed in the government’s harmful content consultation, and where it falls down.
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.
Thousands of OpenMedia community members just stood up to defend Canada’s Internet from website blocking!
The May 27 Day of Action saw over 2500 comments sent to the government in a single day, for a total of 14,000 by the consultation deadline.
The reboot no one asked for: Trudeau is reviving “FairPlay”, Bell’s failed website blocking plan
The CRTC rejected a Bell-backed coalition’s website blocking proposal in 2018 after massive public outcry. Now, the federal government is bringing it back — and putting our online freedoms on the line.
Justin Trudeau: Don’t break the Internet
OpenMedia has signed onto an open letter to Justin Trudeau that voices concerns about recently tabled policies and regulations that threaten to harm the Internet, Canada's knowledge economy, and every individual in this country.
Beyond C-10: Inside the government’s plan to suspend Internet users and block website access
On top of Bill C-10, Canada’s government is trying to give itself sweeping censorship powers to shut off access to parts of the web.
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