RabbleTV
rabble staff | Think police should have access to YOUR Internet and cell phone records without a warrant? Join Andrew Cash, MP for Davenport, Ron Deibert, Steve Anderson, MP Charlie Angus and Jesse Hirsh.
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OpenMedia.ca | This is what we've been waiting for. Together we've stopped Big Telecom's plan to impose usage-based billing (Internet metering) on all Canadians.
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Lindsey Pinto and Adam Webb | Canadians who have called on the government to stop online spying have been labelled as confused and distracted.
Columnists
Steve Anderson | The tide has turned against Big Telecom, and now they appear to be willing to cheat to hold onto their control of the telecom market and your wallet.
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Dwayne Winseck | The CRTC announced six key measures on vertical integration in the telecom-media-Internet industries, but there are at least two big elephants in the room.
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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.
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Stop online spying on your private life
rabbleTV | A new video on Internet spying by OpenMedia.ca. Sign the petition at: http://stopspying.ca.
Columnists
Steve Anderson | Legislation, if passed, will allow a range of 'authorities' to use the Internet (including mobile devices) to collect our private information without a warrant.
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Dwayne Winseck | Where do ex-politicians go when they retire? It would appear that they take up sinecure amongst the boards of directors at Canada's leading telecom-media-Internet (TMI) companies.
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Redeye
Jane Williams | The Canadian government claims that a new bill before Parliament will protect our privacy. Steve Anderson of OpenMedia.ca disagrees.
Columnists
Steve Anderson | This past week, the CRTC wrapped up a landmark public hearing on Internet Metering -- an issue that nearly half-a-million Canadians have spoke out against by signing StopTheMeter.ca petition.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Discarnate is my fave among the many terms slung by Marshall McLuhan, who'd have turned 100 yesterday. It means, Philip Marchand wrote here, "almost literally bodiless."