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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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Minister Champagne’s inaction will lead to collapse of telecom competition in Canada

Internet choice and affordability in Canada approaches breaking point.
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Our Internet, our choice: Amend C-11 NOW

Canada’s Senate is about to pass the Online Streaming Act, Bill C-11 – a bill that gives the CRTC power to regulate YOUR videos, podcasts, Netflix recommendations and more. Join us in telling our government to respect our choices and leave our posts and feeds alone!
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What’s wrong with Bill C-11? An FAQ

Common questions and answers on Bill C-11
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Civil Society groups highlight concerns with ‘deeply problematic’ Cybersecurity Bill C-26 ahead of Commons debate

Serious concerns around privacy, accountability, judicial due process, and digital rights set out in open letter to Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino.
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CanCon or CanCan’t?

Think you can tell the difference between CanCon and not? Take the quiz to find out which films and TV shows are certified “Canadian” — according to our government.
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Parliament must fast-track pro-consumer Bill C-288

Requiring ISPs to be accurate in reporting Internet speeds is an overdue fix
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What Canada can learn from the United States when it comes to taking on Data Brokers

Canada's new privacy bill fails to follow the lead of our biggest trading partner.
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Right to Repair: Fight for our planet and our wallets!

Right now, we’re on the cusp of making our broad right to repair a reality — but our government is stumbling at the finish line. Take action!
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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?

OpenMedia works to keep the Internet open, affordable, and surveillance-free. We create community-driven campaigns to engage, educate, and empower people to safeguard the Internet. Take action now

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