COVID-19 has exposed how the growing digital divide in Canada is leaving communities behind.
While the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislative Review panel made some positive suggestions, it also made recommendations that could undermine media independence and free speech.
The "Five Eyes" nations, including Canada, are looking to weaken encryption protocols that keep our digital information safe.
As we start a new year, let's look back at some of the highlights from 2019 and what is ahead for our digital rights.
The winner of this election will determine whether Canada's telecom oligopoly continues to rule or makes way for new competitors and lower prices.
There is one thing that this year's candidates can promise that can have a noticeable impact on our wallets: the cost of telecommunications services that Canadians need to access the digital economy.
Remember the days when you could extend the life of computers, phones, vacuum cleaners and washing machines? Maybe it's time to reestablish our right to repair.
If Canada is to remain at the forefront of innovation and freedom, we need a robust net neutrality framework that doesn't benefit those with deep pockets and vested interests.