Legislation, if passed, will allow a range of 'authorities' to use the Internet (including mobile devices) to collect our private information without a warrant.
Internet surveillance laws promised by the Harper government will make warrantless seizure of our personal information legal. There will be no means to track the use of these unchecked powers.
Sign a petition to take a stand against warrantless online surveillance.
Paul D. Boin
When citizens cast their vote this election they should be aware of where their preferred party stands on issues relating to media policy and democratic communations.
As more and more Canadians are making the Internet -- that is, its extremely high prices and limited access -- an election issue, telecom giant Bell Canada is getting ready to change its tune.
Saving the Internet from usage fees is important to me because it holds the possibility for a better world. Let's not let that possibility slip away.
Through local meet ups, Internet supporters from communities across Canada are participating in a National Day of Action on Saturday, Feb. 26.
The CBC reports on how the cost of using the Internet is about to get more expensive.
There is a growing community focused on openness, with the open Internet at its core. We need to apply pressure on the Big Service Providers to keep them from monopolizing access and communication.
Is the Corporation a mere platform for on-message platitudes about 'empowering the audience', or can it be more fabulous than that?