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​​Bill C-26: Cybersecurity Hero or Privacy Villain?

Everything you need to know about cybersecurity Bill C-26
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What’s wrong with Bill S-210? An OpenMedia FAQ

It’s been called the “Most dangerous Canadian Internet bill you’ve never heard of”.
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Canada’s Political Party Privacy Hall of Shame

The top privacy breaches of all time by political parties
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Canada must regulate AI right, not first

OpenMedia's testimony to Canada's Parliament on how to regulate our privacy and artificial intelligence effectively.
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Political parties, Canada’s influence industry, and YOU

Canada's political parties are targeting and surveilling us scot-free– it's time we do something about it.
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REPORTBACK: We asked YOU about the future of AI

Survey uncovers public sentiment on AI: Hope, Worry, and the Urgent Call for Safeguards
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What we heard from YOU on child online safety

Results show parents' concerns about their children's exposure to harmful content and lack of knowledge on online safety practices.
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The RCMP has been tracking our phones for years. What can we do about it? 

Despite nearly 20 years of use, still no final policy on RCMP mass surveillance devices.
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OpenMedia presents: A Conversation on Privacy & Public Space

Save the Date! OpenMedia is pleased to announce A Conversation on Privacy & Public Space.
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Conditions of Uncertainty: Bill C-27’s approach to sensitive personal information is not enough

What kinds of information are deserving of special protection under Canadian privacy law? We explore the current landscape in light of Canada's proposed privacy laws, and look to other jurisdictions that are doing it better.

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