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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 May 23
Thanh Lam | Did Internet kill the video star? Is piracy killing the music industry? Here are 3 things you probably didn’t know about copyright.
Blog - Open Media's blog May 16
save the Internet rally
Josh Tabish | The FCC has changed their proposal for the future of the Internet from one that only considered the creation of an Internet slow lane, to one that considers a free and open online highway.
Blog - Open Media's blog May 14
Josh Tabish | Our impact is being felt: U.S. Big Telecom are running scared with a last-ditch effort to force the Internet slow lane.
Blog - Open Media's blog May 13
Eva Prkachin | The FCC is holding a meeting that could allow Big Telecom to impose expensive new fees on smaller websites, effectively creating an Internet slow lane for everyone except deep-pocket conglomerates.
Blog - Open Media's blog May 8
Tell Harper: Defend online privacy
Josh Tabish | Canada's Privacy Commissioner has revealed that in just one year the government made 1.2 million requests for sensitive information about our private online activities from telecom companies.
Blog - Open Media's blog April 29
David Christopher | It's not too late to be part of our historic action against the TPP -- speak out today at http://StopTheSecrecy.net.
Blog - Open Media's blog April 23
Eva Prkachin | OpenMedia has launched a StopTheSecrecy Tumblr to share exclusive photos of our bat signal in Washington. You can see it for yourself at openmediaorg.tumblr.com.
Blog - Open Media's blog April 22
Josh Tabish | This is a crucial week for negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Groups from across the political spectrum have launched the online Stop The Secrecy campaign.
Blog - Open Media's blog April 10
Steve Anderson | New privacy legislation does nothing to protect Canadians from out-of-control government spying.
Blog - Open Media's blog April 8
David Christopher | Canadians from coast to coast are speaking out about privacy in 30 major Canadian newspapers.
Blog - Open Media's blog March 26
DigitalEndowment
Josh Tabish | On April 2nd, our government will collect a Digital Endowment of $5.27 billion from the sale of our digital spectrum assets.
Blog - Open Media's blog March 19
David Christopher | We recently pulled two leading privacy advocates together for a nationwide town hall about secret spying.
Blog - Open Media's blog March 18
JamesMoore
Josh Tabish | So, James Moore promises greater choice and affordability, and then, weeks later, Canada's Big Telecom players turn around and stick it to Canadians with an unexpected price hike.
Blog - Open Media's blog March 17
Noushin Khushrushahi | It's time to work together to shape a positive digital future for all of us.
Blog - Open Media's blog March 11
Josh Tabish | Industry coddling by U.S. FCC could see Internet become a lot more like TV. Are U.S. policymakers putting Big Telecom ahead of Internet users?
Blog - Open Media's blog March 7
David Christopher | Thousands of Canadians have been sharing our hard-hitting video about government spying
Blog - Open Media's blog March 6
David Christopher | Big Telecom is running scared of cord-cutters and is doing what it takes to block them from watching their favourite shows online.
Blog - Open Media's blog March 4
Steve Anderson | To help ensure that Internet users' voices are heard, your team at OpenMedia.ca have put together a question-by-question readers' guide to the CRTC's Choicebook survey.
Blog - Open Media's blog March 4
Steve Anderson | Our Steve Anderson tried to watch the Daily Show recently -- and guess what happened?
Blog - Open Media's blog February 27
David Christoper | Canada's telecom giants are ramping up their lobbying activities. Will the government give way?
Blog - Open Media's blog February 25
Noushin Khushrushahi | It's pretty incredible to see just how far and wide our drag-and-drop crowdsourcing vision tool has reached Internet users across the world.
Blog - Open Media's blog February 25
Josh Tabish | OpenMedia's Josh Tabish examines the implications of a recent Federal Court ruling affecting Canadian Internet users.
Blog - Open Media's blog February 14
Noushin Khushrushahi | It would seem that CSEC would like us to believe their spin. They can barely keep the story straight in their own heads. So we're myth-busting some spyspeak-isms.
Blog - Open Media's blog February 11
Noushin Khushrushahi | Today is an important day in the fight against mass, suspicionless surveillance across the world - and OpenMedia is proud to be a part of this incredible effort.
Blog - Open Media's blog January 23
Noushin Khushrushahi | Net neutrality is the idea that you -- and not your Internet provider -- should decide what you read and access online.
Blog - Open Media's blog January 17
Steve Anderson | Canada's secretive, expensive, and out-of-control spying apparatus must be reined in.
Blog - Open Media's blog January 16
Steve Anderson | The government should act immediately to stop the Big Three from using their telecom infrastructure to block independent telecom providers.
Blog - Open Media's blog January 14
Noushin Khushrushahi | Canadians are reacting to the news that Wind Mobile will no longer be bidding in Canada’s spectrum auction, leaving Big Telecom with a continued stranglehold on the spectrum pie.
Blog - Open Media's blog January 10
Steve Anderson | Industry Minister James Moore has replied to OpenMedia.ca and a group of over 35 leading innovators who called for action to fix our broken cell phone market. Here’s what he had to say.
Blog - Open Media's blog January 7
David Christopher | Australian experts are warning Canada about the damaging economic fallout of adopting U.S.-driven Internet censorship rules under the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).

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