List of our press releases, in reverse chronological order.
Canadian Internet freedom group launches campaign against proposed Internet Slow Lane plan in the U.S.
Crucial U.S. FCC meeting on Thursday could mean many of Canadians’ favourite websites and online services slow to a crawl due to the gutting “Net Neutrality” rules.READ PRESS RELEASE
Groundbreaking new book by leading privacy experts launched as government comes under increasing pressure on online spying
Transparent Lives: Surveillance in Canada reveals how Canadians are increasingly leading their lives under pervasive government surveillance and shows how out-of-control government spying can be curbedREAD PRESS RELEASE
Huge international campaign beams 3.1 million signature petition count on prominent buildings in Washington, D.C.
Massive numbers of people are speaking out against fast track legislation and Trans-Pacific Partnership secrecy as Senate Finance Committee prepares for crucial TPP hearing following President Obama’s return to WashingtonREAD PRESS RELEASE
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As Obama tries to lock down Trans-Pacific Partnership, Canadian Internet freedom group takes message directly to U.S. Capitol
Canada’s OpenMedia leads huge international campaign shining “Stop the Secrecy” spotlight on prominent buildings in Washington D.C. to protest TPP’s secretive Internet Censorship planREAD PRESS RELEASE
900 Social Insurance Numbers stolen due to Heartbleed, breaches of private citizen data affecting over 725,000 of us; OpenMedia.ca available to comment
Canadians deserve answers from the government about what it’s doing to keep our private data secure, says community-based group working to protect the privacy of all CanadiansREAD PRESS RELEASE
Government’s digital strategy leaves Canada stuck in the slow lane - fails to tackle stark digital divide and national digital deficit
Canadians deserve so much more than just warmed-up leftovers from previous government announcements: new strategy means Canada will likely fall even further behind its global counterparts on Internet affordability, access, and speedREAD PRESS RELEASE
With Canada plummeting in Internet world rankings, Canadians tell Minister Moore not to squander our $5.2bn Digital Endowment
Government should invest digital windfall from sale of public spectrum assets into tackling Canada’s national digital deficit and growing digital divideREAD PRESS RELEASE
Wireless price hike underlines government’s failure to deliver its promise to lower rates and rein in high-cost Big Telecom giants
Urgent government action required to open networks to ensure Canadians have affordable alternatives to the Big Three providersREAD PRESS RELEASE
Telecoms refuse to come clean about whether they are helping the government to spy on law-abiding Canadians
Citizens left asking “what have they got to hide?” after major Canadian telecoms refuse to answer questions put to them by leading privacy researchers & civil liberties groupsREAD PRESS RELEASE