Blog
Lindsey Pinto | Canada has become the latest country to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a secretive international trade agreement that would extend Internet restrictions across the globe.
Blog
Don Tapscott | The Obama administration has a novel idea: Who better to police the financial institutions that gouge American consumers than the consumers themselves?
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Don Tapscott | When organizations are increasingly naked, “fitness” is no longer optional. You have to be buff.
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Lindsey Pinto | This week's update is all about getting Canadians' input. Please take a moment to fill out a short survey at openmedia.ca/engage, and help shape the fight for an open and affordable Internet.
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Lindsey Pinto | Canadians are leading by example in the fight against warrantless online spying. Meanwhile Big Telecom is up to its old tricks, price-gouging Canadians wherever it can.
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Don Tapscott | Many of the industrial economy's industries and organizations will fail if left unchanged.
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Lindsey Pinto | Canadians have made some big strides forward in the fight for the open and affordable Internet. This week, the CRTC emerged as a site of change, shifting toward a model in the public interest.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | What is more public: the CBC or the Internet? Maybe what we need is a distinction between public broadcasting, which is a mere matter of who formally owns a network, and public media.
Activist Toolkit
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Activist Toolkit
| A tool that makes it easy to record and share audio clips across platforms
Blog
Bernadette Wagner | That the HarperCons might in any way be surprised by the public response to Public Safety Minister Vic Toews' introduction of the "snoop and spy" Bill C-30 made The Regina Mom laugh!
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.