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Open Media's blog

[url=https://openmedia.org/]OpenMedia[/url] 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. Follow us on Twitter [url=https://twitter.com/OpenMediaOrg]@OpenMediaOrg[/url].

Blog - Open Media's blog October 21
Meghan Sali | Our Digital Future survey-takers chose "prioritizing free expression" as the most important factor for new rules around sharing and collaborating online.
Blog - Open Media's blog October 3
Josh Tabish | Roaming fees in Canada are out of control. On average, Canadians are paying way more to roam outside the country than their global counterparts, and it's our concentrated mobile market that’s to blame
Blog - Open Media's blog October 1
Eva Prkachin | Canadians spoke out in huge numbers against Bill C-13. Then the Supreme Court ruled parts of the Bill unconstitutional. But don't expect a little thing like that to stop MacKay and his government.
Blog - Open Media's blog September 24
Chris Malmo | OpenMedia and partners at RootsAction, Credo, DailyKos took your voices directly to a Net Neutrality forum in Sacramento, CA today. Hosted by Congresswoman Doris Matsui, the official forum included FC
Blog - Open Media's blog September 23
Eva Prkachin | We released a video about abuses at CSEC, and it's already having a huge influence on decision-makers. We need your help to spread the word even further.
Blog - Open Media's blog September 23
Chris Malmo | Big Telecom have unleashed swarms of lobbyists in Washington, D.C. after the expiry of a key FCC comment deadline on Net Neutrality.
Blog - Open Media's blog September 5
Steve Anderson, David Christopher | A battle to save net neutrality is brewing in the United States with implications for the global Internet
Blog - Open Media's blog August 26
Eva Prkachin | OpenMedia's David Christopher has been invited to speak to MLAs at a key meeting of the BC Legislature’s Special Committee to review provincial privacy rules on Monday, September 8.
Blog - Open Media's blog August 14
David Christopher | Canadians are tired of hearing tired and discredited government talking points when it comes to surveillance.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 30
Meghan Sali | Read on to hear from Internet users what they think the top five most concerning issues are with the TPP.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 25
David Christopher, Josh Tabish | There have been some positive changes at the CRTC, thanks to hundreds of thousands speaking out
Blog - Open Media's blog July 23
telephone poll
Josh Tabish | Big Telecom is mismanaging funds collected explicitly to deliver Internet services to rural and remote communities across Canada.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 19
David Christopher | Canadians are having their lives destroyed because of this government's failure to respect their privacy.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 18
Cynthia Khoo | Learn about what happened in Australia when they imported strict U.S. Intellectual Property laws, and how you can stop the same thing from happening to Canada.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 16
Josh Tabish | What do websites devoted to frat-boy humour, handmade and vintage clothes, and saving the environment all have in common? They're passionate about net neutrality.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 16
Josh Tabish | Public outcry over Big Telecom's plan to force everyone into an Internet slow lane has crashed the FCC’s website. In response to the FCC's website fail, the OpenMedia team hand-delivered your voices.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 14
indie mobile providers > big telecom
Josh Tabish | A new study published by the CRTC confirms that the Big Three -- Rogers, Telus, and Bell -- are offering Canadians less bang for their buck than new indie providers when it comes to mobile Internet.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 11
Reilly Yeo | For over two years now, we've been pushing back against the secretive and extreme Trans-Pacific Partnership, specifically the provisions around intellectual property, which would censor the Internet
Blog - Open Media's blog July 9
Cynthia Khoo | Copyright law has been taken far beyond its purpose thanks to a tool called notice-and-takedown, which makes it shockingly easy for anybody to take down content created or posted by someone else. Inte
Blog - Open Media's blog July 7
Steve Anderson, David Christopher | The government has mismanaged the privacy rights of Canadians and it's time for a new approach.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 4
jason hjalmarson | As Trans-Pacific Partnership talks reconvene in Ottawa, Canada, your OpenMedia team has launched several efforts to bring transparency and citizen voices to the negotiations. Here’s how it’s been goin
Blog - Open Media's blog July 4
Meghan Sali | Only a week before the upcoming Canadian round of TPP negotiations in begin, organizers quietly switched the venue from Vancouver to Ottawa.
Blog - Open Media's blog June 26
Meghan Sali | Hollywood bigwigs are pushing back against the anti-democratic Trans-Pacific Partnership, calling for a boycott a Beverly Hills hotel owned by the Sultan of Brunei.
Blog - Open Media's blog June 13
Eva Prkachin | Following huge public outcry, Canada's Supreme Court has ruled that Internet service providers cannot hand your personal information over to law enforcement without a warrant.
Blog - Open Media's blog June 6
David Christopher | Independent ISP TekSavvy is leading the way when it comes to transparency around privacy
Blog - Open Media's blog June 5
David Christopher | It's much easier than you think to start protecting your privacy online.
Blog - Open Media's blog May 29
Eva Prkachin | The tale of Chris Hadfield's Bowie cover reveals the need for sharing rules that make sense in the 21st century.
Blog - Open Media's blog May 28
Thanh Lam | Things entertainment lobbyists say that are absolutely not true.
Blog - Open Media's blog May 27
Eva Prkachin | OpenMedia's Steve Anderson has been invited to speak to MPs at a key meeting of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights.
Blog - Open Media's blog May 26
Thanh Lam | Internet censorship is a global issue that affects everyone.

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