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[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 December 22
Thanh Lam | Could our evolving copyright regime moving towards hindering our Internet freedom and privacy?
Blog - Open Media's blog December 18
David Christopher | Our small and nimble team here at OpenMedia.ca have worked hard to safeguard the possibilities of an open, affordable, and surveillance-free Internet.
Blog - Open Media's blog December 18
Steve Anderson | OpenMedia is calling for wireless companies like Ting to be able to reach Canadians just like indie ISPs can for wired Internet.
Blog - Open Media's blog December 9
Noushin Khushrushahi | New TPP leaks show just how far the U.S. is willing to go to ram through their Internet Censorship Plan.
Blog - Open Media's blog December 2
Steve Anderson and David Christopher | Canada’s new customer-friendly wireless rules come into effect today, December 2nd. They’ll benefit cell phone users from coast to coast to coast. Canadians worked hard to develop these new rules - th
Blog - Open Media's blog November 26
Noushin Khushrushahi | Canada’s media is reacting to Bill C-13, and it’s not looking good for the government.
Blog - Open Media's blog November 15
Say NO to Internet Censorship
Noushin Khushrushahi | The TPP could criminalize our online activity, invade our privacy, and make it costly to access the Internet.
Blog - Open Media's blog November 5
David Christopher | Your OpenMedia.ca team is intervening on the side of Canadians to protect hard-won cell phone customer protection rules that are under legal threat from Big Telecom conglomerates.
Blog - Open Media's blog November 5
David Christopher | We’re off to a great start! Just weeks after the launch of Canada's largest-ever pro-privacy Coalition, it seems the whole country is demanding answers on the government's out-of-control surveillance.
Blog - Open Media's blog October 31
David Christopher | Great news from Ontario -- the legislative assembly has voted unanimously for new customer-friendly cell phone rules to tackle some of the worst abuses of Big Telecom.
Blog - Open Media's blog October 29
David Christopher | In just seven days, thousands of Canadians have pledged to stand with brave lawyers at the BCCLA against secret governmentt spying.
Blog - Open Media's blog October 24
David Christopher | Canada's wireless market has taken another step backwards. Telecom giant Telus announced it has bought out Public Mobile, a small independent carrier with 280,000 customers in Quebec and Ontario.
Blog - Open Media's blog October 15
David Christopher | Canadians are looking to Industry Minister Moore to open our networks and fix our broken wireless market.
Blog - Open Media's blog October 11
Noushin Khushrushahi | Industry lobbyists are rushing to finalize the secretive TPP agreement during APEC talks in Bali -- but citizens are fighting back. Over 100,000 people have said no to TPP Internet censorship.
Blog - Open Media's blog October 7
Steve Anderson | Teksavvy is teaming up with indie ISPs from right across Canada to call on the CRTC to step in to ensure that customers of indie ISPs are treated equally with those of Big Telecom.
Blog - Open Media's blog October 4
Thanh Lam | Over 100,000 citizens are speaking out about secretive and extreme Internet censorship proposals contained in leaked drafts of the TPP.
Blog - Open Media's blog October 3
Josh Tabish | Out-of-control Big Telecom giants spark outrage after being granted hearing to overturn customer friendly wireless rules.
Blog - Open Media's blog October 1
David Christopher | Canadians are standing up in their tens of thousands against extreme TPP Internet Censorship rules
Blog - Open Media's blog September 20
David Christopher | Leading entrepreneurs join Canadians in demanding action to open wireless networks to indie providers.
Blog - Open Media's blog September 6
David Christopher | These are worrying times for privacy in Canada. We want to hear your thoughts about how best to protect our privacy.
Blog - Open Media's blog September 5
Camille Crowther | CSEC spying on Canadian Internet users is a violation of how their private online information is handled.
Blog - Open Media's blog August 27
Camille Crowther | The take down of Swedish subtitling website Undertexter prompts call to reform harsh copyright regulations.
Blog - Open Media's blog August 27
David Christopher | Canada’s Internet is democratically governed, and everyone who cares about the future of Canada’s Internet should be sure to have their say.
Blog - Open Media's blog August 27
Awna Besan | Internet bills in Northern Canada are up to five times higher than the average rate further south.
Blog - Open Media's blog August 23
OpenMedia International | TPP negotiators could not have picked a more fitting location to hold their secretive, closed-door meetings about extreme new rules that would censor our freedom of expression and invade our privacy
Blog - Open Media's blog August 21
Arielle dela Cruz Yip | It looks like our Industry Minister, James Moore is taking some of the right steps by publicly speaking out against the Big Three’s misleading PR campaign. Ask him to do more http://demandchoice.ca.
Blog - Open Media's blog August 17
David Christopher | Ten actions Minister Moore should take if he wants to leave a lasting positive legacy for Canadian Internet users.
Blog - Open Media's blog August 13
David Christopher | Canada's Big Three telecom giants are sounding increasingly desperate as their expensive ad campaign fails to connect with Canadians -- it looks like they're taking that desperation out on employees.
Blog - Open Media's blog August 9
David Christopher | Here’s a flavour of how Canadians are creatively fighting back against Big Telecom’s expensive spin and misleading propaganda.
Blog - Open Media's blog August 7
Arielle dela Cruz Yip | Arielle with the Internet Insider from OpenMedia.ca on Online Privacy as an international issue.

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