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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 19
Diana Trusz | Truly public, open, and participatory processes can be used to guide and build support for CBC/Radio-Canada.
Blog - Open Media's blog October 18
Lindsey Pinto | Decision-makers at the CRTC have finally agreed to develop national rules to protect cell phone users – but to do it right, they need to hear your cell phone horror story today.
Blog - Open Media's blog October 11
Lindsey Pinto | Canada has officially joined the secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement, which could criminalize everyday uses of the Internet. Now is the time to take action at http://StopTheTrap.net.
Blog - Open Media's blog October 4
Lindsey Pinto | As Canada enters the TPP's Internet trap, an industry lobby group is trying to get the U.S. government to push us towards even tighter Internet restrictions.
Blog - Open Media's blog October 2
Lindsey Pinto | Amidst national security concerns, Ottawa is still considering giant unsecure registries of Internet users' personal data.
Blog - Open Media's blog September 27
Lindsey Pinto | This week, we talk about a proposal that threatens to systematically restrict Internet freedom on a global scale, to demonstrate why OpenMedia and the pro-Internet movement must push on.
Blog - Open Media's blog September 13
Lindsey Pinto | This week, TPP negotiations are taking place in Virginia, while in Canada, the CRTC is holding its hearing about Bell's takeover of Astral.
Blog - Open Media's blog August 30
Lindsey Pinto | In the next few weeks, the fight for the open and affordable Internet will see a lot of activity.
Blog - Open Media's blog August 23
Lindsey Pinto | OpenMedia's crowd-funded online hub, created to grow our numbers and amplify our voices, is ready at http://openmedianow.net
Blog - Open Media's blog August 16
Lindsey Pinto | U.S. lobbyists have been pushing hard to ensure that the secretive international agreement known as the TPP is as restrictive as possible.
Blog - Open Media's blog August 9
Lindsey Pinto | The pro-Internet community has a lot to be proud of this week—from hitting a milestone on the StopTheTrap.net campaign, to a victory in the U.S. against American online spying bill CISPA.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 26
Reilly Yeo | Bell is avoiding their dues in their takeover of Astral Media, but we're pushing the CRTC to take action.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 19
Reilly Yeo | As anti-Internet lobbyists take the fight global, we are too. The international pro-Internet community needs an online home. Help out today at http:openmedianow.net/donate
Blog - Open Media's blog July 12
Lindsey Pinto | Last week, over a thousand pages of StopTheTrap.net petition signatures were delivered to the TPP negotiations in San Diego.
Blog - Open Media's blog July 5
Lindsey Pinto | OpenMedia is uniting citizens and bringing together organizations to stand against the secretive, restrictive TPP agreement.
Blog - Open Media's blog June 28
Lindsey Pinto | The pro-Internet community has come together to launch a huge new campaign at http://StopTheTrap.net.
Blog - Open Media's blog June 28
OpenMedia.ca | The TPP's Internet trap is secretive, extreme and it could criminalize your daily use of the Internet.
Blog - Open Media's blog June 21
Lindsey Pinto | Canada is signing onto the secretive TPP agreement, putting our privacy rights, our free speech, and our online choice at risk.
Blog - Open Media's blog June 20
Lindsey Pinto | Canada has become the latest country to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a secretive international trade agreement that would extend Internet restrictions across the globe.
Blog - Open Media's blog June 14
Lindsey Pinto | This week we talk about the CRTC's new chair, Jean Pierre Blais, and the decisions he's about to shape.
Blog - Open Media's blog June 7
Lindsey Pinto | Who's on your side in the fight against warrantless, costly online spying? The answer is inspiring.
Blog - Open Media's blog May 31
Lindsey Pinto | OpenMedia.ca's Lindsey Pinto take two minutes to summarize the the latest in the fight against warrantless online spying.
Blog - Open Media's blog May 24
Lindsey Pinto | Government and Big Telecom have been all too willing to disregard public opinion. But that can only last until our voices get too loud to ignore...
Blog - Open Media's blog May 24
Lindsey Pinto | OpenMedia.ca has launched a citizen-made online video educating Canadians about the true cost of the government's online spying legislation C-30 and the threat it poses to personal privacy.
Blog - Open Media's blog May 17
Lindsey Pinto | This week's video update is about the threat of the TPP, and the huge strides forward taken by the global pro-Internet community that give us hope.
Blog - Open Media's blog May 4
Lindsey Pinto | This week's update calls police accountability into question when it comes to online spying, and describes problems with our cell phone market.
Blog - Open Media's blog April 26
Lindsey Pinto | Both within Canada and out, the pro-Internet community is fighting against invasive online spying legislation. This week's update tells all about it.
Blog - Open Media's blog April 19
Lindsey Pinto | The CRTC is looking into national rules to protect cell phone users. Canadians are paying some of the highest cell phone fees in the industrialized world.
Blog - Open Media's blog April 12
Lindsey Pinto | This week's update is all about getting Canadians' input. Please take a moment to fill out a short survey at openmedia.ca/engage, and help shape the fight for an open and affordable Internet.
Blog - Open Media's blog April 5
Lindsey Pinto | Canadians are leading by example in the fight against warrantless online spying. Meanwhile Big Telecom is up to its old tricks, price-gouging Canadians wherever it can.

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