Blog
Abigail Curlew | Everything we post on our Instagram and how we shape our Facebook profile are ways of performing highly curated renditions of identity.
Activist Toolkit
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| Learn what to do to maintain confidentiality and security
Activist Toolkit
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| Learn about and use the tools Snowden and Freedom of the Press Foundation are developing
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | The climate of Cold War fear-mongering now prevailing in the U.S. is reminiscent of the 1960s, a decade when big issues were made intelligible by songs composed by Bob Dylan.
Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | What can popular culture tell us about Bill C-51 and the world another Harper government would usher in? The number 1 lesson is that we can't give in to fear.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | The Internet has been a great leveller, but has also opened up to intense monitoring by corporations and government spies. Is democracy at risk?
RabbleTV
rabble staff | What's the problem with the U.S. prioritizing 'offense' over 'defense'? Edward Snowden explains.
Blog
Noushin Khushrushahi | Today is an important day in the fight against mass, suspicionless surveillance across the world - and OpenMedia is proud to be a part of this incredible effort.
Podcast
Dan Kellar, [email protected] Radio | The WCDSB attacks one mom for protecting her son, as hundreds of thousands of moms are locked up in jails – a global noise demo sends them love! Updates on anti-Fracking, #TowesTV, iRevolution, more!
News
Mark Karlin | The concern over nations becoming "Big Brother" surveillance states is alive and well, even in Canada, that supposed bastion of civility, open-mindedness and personal rights.
Blog
Lindsey Pinto | Under the intense pressure of a 70,000+ signature petition, the government has omitted "Lawful Access" (Online Spying) bills from the larger omnibus crime legislation announced this week.
Blog
James Laxer | When I look over my shoulders, what I see is Stephen Harper and his minions skulking through Facebook and the myriad other online activities of Canadians to find out what we're up to.