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Cynthia Khoo | Learn more about the ongoing legal battles between Big Media giant Bell and VMedia, offering an innovative new online TV service. It's time for the law to catch up with the digital era.
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Nick Fillmore | Our aging newspapers and private TV networks are doing little to inform Canadians in a meaningful way about the dramatic changes in the climate that are already altering life in this country.
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Alyse Kotyk | In the midst of our current "digital revolution," governments and business conglomerates are swiftly seeking control, calling into question the direction that this technological movement is heading.
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Teuila Fuatai | News of significant staff cuts at some of Canada's largest media outlets in recent weeks has reignited debate about the future of journalism.
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Mike Barber | Frustrated about what isn't being talked about this election? Professor Bob Hackett explains why.
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David Christopher | How do you feel about your personal contact information being available on the Internet? Large media conglomerates could undermine the privacy of almost anyone who purchases a domain name.
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Mark Taliano | Once freed from the devastating tentacles of the transnational monopolies, Canadians will realize that it's time to call 911 on the corporatocracy. We might then recapture real democracy and freedom.
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David Christopher | What does the Internet have to say about the Trans-Pacific Partnership?
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David Christopher | Citizens take action on the ground and online to challenge Big Media’s extreme Internet Censorship proposals
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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.
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David Christopher | Trans-Pacific Partnership talks are stalled due to extreme Big Media copyright proposals
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Marie Elliott and Steve Anderson | The economic downturn has been hard on both independent and corporate media. But now there's an opportunity for independent media outlets to chip away at mainstream media's market share.