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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 August 7
Arielle dela Cruz Yip | Arielle with the Internet Insider from OpenMedia.ca on Online Privacy as an international issue.
Blog - Open Media's blog August 2
Steve Anderson | Big Telecom’s ridiculous protectionist posturing won’t fool hard-press Canadian cell phone users.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 30
David Christopher | What does the Internet have to say about the Trans-Pacific Partnership?
Blog - Open Media's blog July 29
David Christopher | Citizens take action on the ground and online to challenge Big Media’s extreme Internet Censorship proposals
Blog - Open Media's blog July 26
David Christopher | Citizens are speaking out like never before in defence of our free and open Internet.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 26
Speak out now at OpenMedia.org/DigitalFuture
Awna Besan | Thousands of citizens are speaking out right now to shape the future of our Internet and help prevent radical new Internet censorship proposals in the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 25
David Christopher | Canada’s Big Telecom giants will take any excuse they can to raise our sky-high fees even higher.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 24
Arielle dela Cruz Yip | Here's Arielle with the Weekly News Update from Openmedia.ca, presenting Canadians with a new online tool to express their ideas and vision for our Digital Future.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 23
Camille Crowther | Aaron's Law a starting point in reforming the CFAA, but more work still needs to be done.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 23
OpenMedia.ca, Catherine Hart | Big Telecom’s supporters claim that more choice and customer-friendly rules wouldn’t help Canada’s broken cell phone market, but we explain why this is exactly what is needed.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 22
Lindsey Pinto | A new report finds that robust, independently-controlled networks are the best way to get everyone online. Is Canada listening?
Blog - Open Media's blog July 19
David Christopher | Trans-Pacific Partnership talks are stalled due to extreme Big Media copyright proposals
Blog - Open Media's blog July 18
Arielle dela Cruz Yip | Here's Arielle with the Weekly News Update from OpenMedia.ca. Canadians are paying the most for the worst cellphone services in the industrialized world.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 17
David Christopher | An in-depth OECD analysis of international wireless pricing finds Canada falling further and further behind its global counterparts.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 16
Steve Anderson | Canadians will expect bold action to fix our digital economy from Cabinet heavyweight James Moore.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 16
Noushin Khushrushahi | The 18th round of the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations have resumed in Malaysia. OpenMedia is calling for citizens around the world to take action to demand accountability and transparency.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 15
David Christopher | Canadians take action to debunk Big Telecom's expensive PR campaign.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 12
My cell phone bill makes this seem reasonable!
David Christopher | It's time for a long-term solution that would deliver real affordability and choice in Canada’s cell phone market.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 10
OpenMedia.ca, Catherine Hart | The move towards the security and efficiency of data-sharing and cloud-based computing is at risk as increased government surveillance exploits access to our data.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 9
David Christopher and Noushin Khushrushahi | Big Telecom's last-ditch effort to delay new cell phone rules has sparked condemnation from Canadians across the political spectrum.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 9
Lindsey Pinto | Security concerns arise as secretive spy agency CSEC invades citizens’ communications privacy.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 4
OpenMedia.ca, Catherine Hart | Edward Snowden is the most recent in a long line of NSA whistleblowers who have been warning about warrantless online spying for over ten years.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 3
Arielle dela Cruz Yip | Arielle from OpenMedia.ca with the Weekly News Update on our digital wins as a pro-internet community so far.
Blog - Open Media's blog June 28
Steve Anderson | New policy is welcome step forward for 56,000 Canadians who stood up to Big Telecom - but much more action still needed
Blog - Open Media's blog June 27
Lindsey Pinto and David Christopher | Public interest group OpenMedia.ca is condemning today’s CRTC decision to allow big media giant Bell to take over Astral Media.
Blog - Open Media's blog June 26
Arielle dela Cruz Yip | Arielle from OpenMedia.ca with the Weekly News Update on an important lawsuit between Voltage Productions and Teksavvy that may set an unfortunate precedent for online privacy.
Blog - Open Media's blog June 19
Arielle dela Cruz Yip | Arielle with the Weekly News Update from OpenMedia.ca on our outdated privacy protections in Canada.
Blog - Open Media's blog June 12
Arielle dela Cruz Yip | Here is Arielle with your Weekly News Update from OpenMedia.ca, filling you in on the latest privacy threats for Canadians.
Blog - Open Media's blog June 11
OpenMedia.ca | Groups are rallying Canadians after revelations that the government has been spying on individuals’ private lives for years
Blog - Open Media's blog June 5
Arielle dela Cruz Yip | Arielle from OpenMedia.ca with the weekly news update on the new CRTC Code of Conduct for cellphone providers and the end to the Telus/Mobilicity Takeover.

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