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Lindsey Pinto

Lindsey Pinto is the communications manager at OpenMedia.ca. She aspires to put Canada on the map as a leader in net neutrality, fair copyright and the effective use of independent media for political communication.

Articles

Jul 22nd, 2013
Independent research company BuddleComm has released a new report (sadly it’s expensive; if I were you I’d just read Phillip Dampier’s summary here) that looks at the best ways to connect everyone to...
Jul 9th, 2013
Security concerns arise as secretive spy agency CSEC invades citizens’ communications privacy.
Jun 11th, 2013
Broad range of civil liberties and pro-privacy groups demand answers from Canada's government after spying revelations.
May 9th, 2013
The Industry Minister’s inaction has left a vacuum for Big Telecom to act with impunity, as new charges are added to our bills for no reason, the author of this story, Catherine Hart, writes
Apr 24th, 2013
The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) was passed by the U.S. House of Representatives last week. Opponents of the act say it poses serious threats to online privacy. As it stands...
Apr 18th, 2013
We're still waiting to see if Christian Paradis, the Minister of Industry, will put an end to the Big Telecom’s backroom deal. This is the deal that would allow Rogers to acquire public assets from...
Mar 28th, 2013
Hi I'm Lindsey and this is your weekly news update from OpenMedia.ca. This week, thanks to your contributions, we're launching a tool that will help Canadians push back against Big Telecom's media...
Mar 21st, 2013
Another round of negotiations around the Trans-Pacific Partnership or TPP—an international agreement that we're calling an "Internet trap"—finished in Singapore last week. Now many of you know that...
Mar 15th, 2013
Hi I'm Lindsey and this is your weekly news update from OpenMedia.ca. We just had our most successful launch ever as our newest study, Time for an Upgrade: Demanding Choice in Canada's Cell Phone...
Mar 8th, 2013
Choice in media and telecommunications: It's something Canadians want and need for a healthy and open digital future, but are severely lacking. And when it comes to that, this week I have bad news...
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