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What you need to know about Biden’s FCC Nominations

Joe Biden recently presented his nominations for the FCC. Here’s what that means for America’s Internet.
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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.
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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.
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#InternetSOS : la plate-forme électorale d’OpenMedia en 2021 pour notre Internet

L’Internet canadien est piégé dans des eaux dangereusement infestées de lobbyistes. Notre plateforme électorale de 2021 présente un plan pour revenir sur la bonne voie.
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#InternetSOS: OpenMedia’s 2021 Election Platform for our Internet

Canada's Internet is trapped in dangerously lobbyist-infested waters. Our 2021 election platform lays out a plan for getting back on course.
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Message to Higher Education: Trust Students, not Pandemic Profiteers

If we’re going to overcome this pandemic, our public institutions need to reject the rhetoric of mistrust by disowning the remote proctoring companies that profit off misfortune.

Stop Facial Recognition: Submission to British Columbia’s Police Act Review

In the hands of the police, facial recognition technology brings us one step closer to a full surveillance state.
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Survey Results: The Privacy Act in Canada

The OpenMedia community rallied together to make our voices heard about the importance of privacy protections in the public sector.
News headlines about companies that committed high profile privacy violations in the last few years that would face no fines under Bill C-11

Will Bill C-11 #FixPrivacy in Canada or make it worse?

We were told that Bill C-11 would introduce huge fines for privacy violations. We put it to the test and it completely fails.

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