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Government’s C-11 policy direction is a step forward with lingering concerns
Direction scopes out social media, notes importance of user choice
Senate recommends political parties be subject to privacy law, and that controversial exemption be dropped from budget bill
Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee emphasized electoral law amendments should be introduced in a separate bill to allow for thorough study.
Your voice at Committee: OpenMedia testifies before the Senate on Bill C-18
OpenMedia testified to the Senate on the impact of C-18; here’s how it went.
REPORTBACK: We asked YOU about the future of AI
Survey uncovers public sentiment on AI: Hope, Worry, and the Urgent Call for Safeguards
Request for more time: Getting C-11 right for Canadians
12 groups sign a joint request for an extension on C-11 consultations
Overthrow Monopoly Rule in Canada!
We have a GOLDEN opportunity for change – getting the government to ACT on their promises to reform our Competition Act, breaking the power of these monopolies for good
Internet advocates unite on a user-centric approach to Bill C-11’s policy direction
Several groups outlined vital recommendations to protect the rights of Canadians
Democracy SOS! Political Parties and the Privacy Wild West
Our right to privacy is fundamental to our democratic process. Help protect our democracy by signing the petition so that NO political party exists outside of our privacy laws!
Your voice, DELIVERED: OpenMedia community demands better privacy protections from the Government of Canada
With input from nearly 40,000 action takers in the OpenMedia community, our submission outlines major concerns with the federal government's Bill C-27, a proposal to update Canada's private sector privacy laws, construct a new tribunal, and introduce laws around artificial intelligence.
Tell the Heritage Minister: DEFEND OUR POSTS AND FEEDS!
The Online Streaming Act, Bill C-11 is now law WITHOUT key amendments that would protect your posts and feeds from being regulated by the CRTC. But the government can still issue a policy direction to the CRTC that cleans up how Bill C-11 is applied in practice.
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