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Civil society groups and academics demand public response from federal government to submissions to 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.
The BC government has released a report on cell phone contract that will shock no one.
Incumbents’ tantrum over fair wholesale rates continues with petition to Governor in Council
With the election just days away, voters are getting ready to vote. But, where do the parties stand on Internet and privacy issues?
The past year has been a rollercoaster on the digital rights front. But together, the OpenMedia community has achieved a lot. Here’s an overview of our wins and what’s on the horizon.
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.
“My Political Data” empowers citizens to exercise rights to their personal information
The winner of this election will determine whether Canada’s telecom oligopoly continues to rule or makes way for new competitors and lower prices.