The Harper government’s decision to review the CRTC ruling is just a stall tactic. They should stand up for Canadians and immediately reject the decision.
Solidarity with the people of Egypt! Updated info on how you can help keep the information about the uprising flowing.
This week, Not Rex looks at the Jasmine Revolution -- a street vendor in Tunisia set himself, and the whole Arab world alight.
One of Barack Obama's signature campaign promises was to protect the freedom of the Internet. Jump ahead to December 2010, where Obama is clearly in the back seat, being driven by Internet giants.
Officer Bubbles is a jerk, but was he right? Are bubbles dangerous?
A group of democratic activists have launched a new website which is raising awareness about government transparency. They say its shocking how bad the Canadian government is at sharing information.
Facebook's Onion Ring fan page shows the rules of political engagement are changing. Managing the media, the key to political success in the age of politics as public relations, is no longer enough.
Once again Canadian democracy is in crisis. Public opposition has found a home on social media like Facebook and Twitter, which create an opportunity for creative leaders to emerge.
This weekend thousands of Twitterati, flooded with live Twitter feeds from Iran, switched on CNN to see video of the protests. Instead they got a rerun of Larry King learning about motorcycles.
Psiphon is a piece of software that allows citizens in uncensored countries to provide full access to the internet to friends and family members who live behind firewalls of states that censor