Category access to information

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Right to Know Week & Canada’s Broken Access to Information System

When it comes to accessing government records, access delayed is access denied. We explore one example that showcases how Canada's broken access to information system impacts our work.
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Why should I care about “Right to Repair”?

You own your device. So how can manufacturers block you from fixing it?
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Why intellectual freedom relies on a free and open internet

Our Executive Director, Laura Tribe, explains the symbiosis between intellectual freedom and the open Internet.
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European Commission finally admits their copyright proposal would levy a link tax for articles shared on social media

We’ve been arguing that the EU Commission’s new copyright proposal would affect news links shared on social media — and it looks like we’re right.
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We need YOU to help us get the word out about link censorship

We’re launching a brand new campaign to make sure that European decision-makers know where Internet users stand on the Commission’s Link Tax and Censorship Robots. Help us get the word out!
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This depends on YOU: will you help us take Free Expression to new heights at the Supreme Court?

Your support is vital to ensure our Supreme Court case has impact
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OpenMedia is defending your free expression at the Supreme Court

OpenMedia will be intervening in a landmark case at the Supreme Court of Canada – defending the free expression of Internet users across the globe.
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OpenMedia demands answers from VPD on potential Stingray cell phone surveillance

BC Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner could set important precedent for transparency, with its decision on this case.

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