News and Politcs

Good things happen when Canadians speak out!

Canada’s leading entrepreneurs and innovators are calling on Industry Minister James Moore to fix our broken wireless market by opening our networks to independent providers.

What Canadians need to know about CSEC spying

CSEC spying on Canadian Internet users a violation of how their private online information is handled

Undertexter police raid an example of copyright laws gone too far

A recent police raid of Swedish subtitling website Undertexter highlights the need for the reform of copyright laws, and how these antiquated rules should be replaced with new regulations that better...

Your CIRA vote will help shape the future of Canada’s Internet

Did you know that Canada’s Internet is democratically governed? The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA), is a non-profit organization that manages the dot-ca registry and addresses many...

How Northern and Rural Canadians are saying no to high-cost telecom

Residents living in rural and remote communities can face broadband Internet costs that are up to three to five times higher than in southern urban centres.

A Pro-Internet Top 10 To Do List for James Moore

A Pro-Internet Top 10 To Do List for James Moore

Journalists thank Bezos for Koch-blocking Washington Post buyout

Oddly, the Koch brothers were never serious contenders for the deal, but journalists have been fêting the Bezos buy as a victory over the oil barons nonetheless.

What Big Telecom is really afraid of

Big Telecom is spending a fortune to try to prevent greater choice and affordability in Canada's wireless market.

Report finds that the best way to manage strong networks is to relax Big Telecom’s grip

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...

How Canadians are using the Internet to debunk Big Telecom Spin

Big Telecom is up to its old tricks again. They’ve invested some of their record profits into an expensive PR campaign, including misleading full page newspaper ads, in a clear effort to try to...
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