List of our press releases, in reverse chronological order.
Police request for “tower dump” of user data from Rogers and Telus ruled a violation of privacy rightsREAD PRESS RELEASE
Following Shaw takeover of Wind, will the Big Four be any better for Canadian wireless customers than the Big Three?
Shaw takeover of Wind creates possibility for greater customer choice, but sparks concern about industry concentration and the impact on Canada’s high wireless pricesREAD PRESS RELEASE
Researchers map the Internet’s “boomerang routes” where data transfers between Canadians move through the US, increasing exposure to state surveillance
Team at University of Toronto launches new mapping tool to help Canadians understand the movement of their Internet dataREAD PRESS RELEASE
European Commission proposal to copyright Internet links and snippets reveals shocking disregard for how the Internet works
Experts warn that today’s heavy-handed European Commission proposals will stifle free expression and people’s ability to share news and access information online.READ PRESS RELEASE
WikiLeaks release of TPP Intellectual Property chapter confirms agreement threatens Canada’s Internet freedom
Confirmed: 20-year copyright term extensions, new rules that would induce ISPs to block websites, and criminal penalties for the circumvention of digital locksREAD PRESS RELEASE
Trans-Pacific Partnership countries announce “agreement in principle” posing serious threat to global Internet usersREAD PRESS RELEASE
Margaret Atwood teams up with Paul Haggis, Dan Mangan, and over 200 Canadian artists to send message to party leaders about C-51’s attack on free expression
Artists, writers, musicians, and film-makers including Mark Achbar, Hayden, Raffi, Thomas King, and John Dunsworth from the Trailer Park Boys, warn that C-51 will “silence dissenting voices” and announce “we will be voting for the repeal of C-51”READ PRESS RELEASE
Massive B.C. Privacy Breach underlines risks of government using C-51 to collect and store our private infoREAD PRESS RELEASE
Digital rights group is calling on all political parties and candidates to endorse pro-Internet plan crowdsourced from over 250,000 CanadiansREAD PRESS RELEASE
Digital rights group OpenMedia releases comprehensive election platform packed with ideas crowdsourced from CanadiansREAD PRESS RELEASE