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Josh Tabish | A new study published by the CRTC confirms that the Big Three -- Rogers, Telus, and Bell -- are offering Canadians less bang for their buck than new indie providers when it comes to mobile Internet.
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Reilly Yeo | For over two years now, we've been pushing back against the secretive and extreme Trans-Pacific Partnership, specifically the provisions around intellectual property, which would censor the Internet
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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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jason hjalmarson | As Trans-Pacific Partnership talks reconvene in Ottawa, Canada, your OpenMedia team has launched several efforts to bring transparency and citizen voices to the negotiations. Here’s how it’s been goin
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Scott Vrooman | The Supreme Court affirms that the Internet isn't a phone book, moron.
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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.
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Eva Prkachin | The FCC is holding a meeting that could allow Big Telecom to impose expensive new fees on smaller websites, effectively creating an Internet slow lane for everyone except deep-pocket conglomerates.
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Chris Lawson | Labour campaigns seem to be suffering from slogans. Why? Because in the age of the Internet what works is keywords and cat videos.
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Michael Geist | With the government moving toward more warrantless disclosure and telecom companies hiding their practices, Canadian privacy is getting worse. Here are five ways to restore the balance.
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Victoria Fenner | The media has a troubled relationship with Canadian women. In this podcast, blogger Jarrah Hodge speaks about what that means for Canada.
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Wayne MacPhail | When the power is cut to ill-informed notions about technology, we can introduce deeper, nuanced and more open attitudes to deliberation about how technology should be used, rejected or embraced.