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 | It's the beginning of the end for Internet throttling, and Openmedia.ca's newest campaign is coming into play as the hotly contested Bill C-11 moves through the House of Commons.
Blog
Lindsey Pinto | The CRTC, Canada's telecom regulator, announced today that Vice-Chair Len Katz will serve as their acting chairman until the government appoints a new chair.
Podcast
Mordecai Briemberg | Some commentators in the United States would have us believe that the possibility of cyber attack is imminent. Conn Hallinan believes that there is another agenda behind this fear mongering.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | Wednesday, Jan. 18, marked the largest online protest in the history of the Internet. Websites from large to small "went dark" in protest of proposed anti-piracy legislation in the U.S.
Blog
Lindsey Pinto | The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police is scrambling to find ways to justify upcoming bills that would allow warrantless surveillance.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | The brand new Academy of the Impossible plans to take a step beyond hacktivism toward the integration of online agitation with direct action in the streets, that the Occupy movements have embodied.
Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | January is always a good month to start something new: picking up new productivity software, sites and services will save you time and headaches.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | What may have been unique this past year was a collapse of the conventional fountains of authority and respect. In the Arab world that meant governments. But in the West, it meant big business.
Blog
Romeo Saganash | After five years of failed attempts at copyright reform, the Harper Conservatives have drafted legislation (Bill C-11) that, given their majority, will likely make it through Parliament.
Blog
Lindsey Pinto | The latest of OpenMedia.ca's Weekly News Update videos comes from our four core staff -- Steve, Reilly, Lindsey, and Shea.
Blog
Lindsey Pinto | OpenMedia.ca's Steve Anderson and Reilly Yeo give an update on Internet openness from Ottawa.