Category social media

Image for Your voice, DELIVERED: 103,000+ petition signers urge Senate to fix Bill C-11!

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.
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“Cambridge Analytica is the canary in the coal mine”, says whistleblower Christopher Wylie

Yesterday, Christopher Wylie, former director of research at Cambridge Analytica, testified before a Canadian parliamentary committee and answered questions on the state of privacy, including a crowdsourced question from our community.
Image for Applying for a U.S. visa? “Extreme digital vetting” could be about to get worse

Applying for a U.S. visa? “Extreme digital vetting” could be about to get worse

The Trump administration has proposed a new rule that could force every single U.S. visa applicant to provide five years of social media history — affecting nearly 15 million people per year.
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Last Chance: Stop Social Media Spying

Under new rules, 65,000 people a year are being asked to provide every social media handle they used over the past five years. We can't allow this to happen!
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Your social media history could determine your U.S. visa eligibility

The right to freely express our thoughts and political views online is under serious threat.
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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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Why does Canada’s government want to creep on our social media feeds?

Canada's military wants to spy on the world's social media output - and Canadians are sure to be trapped in the dragnet.

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