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Fired up? Start a twitter petition

An interview with the founders of act.ly, a new twitter petition tool. It helped bring down usage-based billing, could it help your cause too?

OpenMedia's #UBB invades Parliament

Earlier today, Stephen Harper ordered his government to review the CRTC's usage-based-billing (#UBB) ruling, a move that came just hours after the Liberal party officially condemned the now-infamous...

Twitter can help Canadians stop the meter on internet use

Signing the petition against usage-based billing is as easy as one, two, tweet.

Common sense revolts against internet metering

The CRTC just decided to let your Internet Service Provider put a meter on the internet.

In defence of the CRTC

Recent rulings suggest the electronic media regulator can do the right thing when faced with public pressure.

Leading internet defender calls out anti-competitive practices

Rogers Communication wants to be the gatekeepers of Canada's internet. Can anyone stop them?

Media Democracy Day Vancouver 2010 details announced

For the ninth year running, Media Democracy Day (MDD) will spark vibrant, critical, interactive dialogue around the Canadian media system.

Bad day for the internet in America, but Canada still has the chance to be a digital public policy leader

Not a good day for the internet in the United States, but in Canada, there may be hope for a better outcome; if someone files the appropriate complaint, that is. Would that someone be a Vancouver net