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Eva Prkachin | The Internet faced a cavalcade of threats in 2014 -- here’s how we fought back and won together.
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Eva Prkachin | If the first two weeks of January are any indication, it’s going to be a busy year for the open Internet.
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Eva Prkachin | The government announced a $9 million initiative to help Internet users get around online censorship. We applaud the program, but Canadians are still concerned about censorship at home.
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Meghan Sali | Our Digital Future survey-takers chose "prioritizing free expression" as the most important factor for new rules around sharing and collaborating online.
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Karl Nerenberg | The Harper government will introduce a Fiscal Update that includes tax cuts, mostly of the boutique kind. First, it will table the next budget implementation bill that will likely have some surprises.
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J. Baglow | Harper's new proposal to exempt political advertising from copyright laws is not just an intellectual property issue. It promises a further degeneration of Canadian political discourse.
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Redeye Collective | Negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership are being kept secret but there are clues about what may be in store for Canada if we look at Australia's experience with AUSFTA.
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Cynthia Khoo | Learn about what happened in Australia when they imported strict U.S. Intellectual Property laws, and how you can stop the same thing from happening to Canada.
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Cynthia Khoo | Copyright law has been taken far beyond its purpose thanks to a tool called notice-and-takedown, which makes it shockingly easy for anybody to take down content created or posted by someone else. Inte
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Michael Geist | While other trade agreements occupy a prominent place in the government's accomplishment list, the Trans-Pacific Partnership remains largely hidden from view. Why?
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Eva Prkachin | The tale of Chris Hadfield's Bowie cover reveals the need for sharing rules that make sense in the 21st century.
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Thanh Lam | Things entertainment lobbyists say that are absolutely not true.