Watch Arielle's video update to hear this week's news. This week, International organizations have banded together to form the Our Fair Deal International Coalition, advocating for a fair deal to come out of TPP negotiations. As it stands, proposed copyright provisions in the TPP threaten our access to knowledge and would shut down our Internet. Raise your voice for a fair deal at OurFairDeal.org.Read more »
Watch Arielle's video update to hear this week's news. This week we discuss the 17th round of the TPP's secretive negotiations in Lima, Peru. Please head to StopTheTrap.net to demand that governments involved in the TPP make the process transparent, accountable, and open to public participation and to all interested stakeholders. Read more »
Here’s a special update from your OpenMedia.org team.
New reports state that you’ve made Internet censorship a “challenging” issue for those behind the extreme Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement. In response, lobbyists and government representatives from a dozen countries are meeting in Peru at this very moment to “accelerate” the secretive process.
We’ve got a plan. Our supporters recently told us we should build our own international Internet freedom partnership of citizens, civil society groups, and innovative businesses from around the world.
Watch Arielle's video update to hear this week's news. This week, OpenMedia is encouraging Canadians to speak out on new telecom fees. You can help push Canada’s political party leaders and Industry Minister, Christian Paradis to put an end to Big Telecom price-gouging at openmedia.ca/fees.Read more »
Watch Arielle's video update to hear this week's news. This week, we take a look at why Canadians should be concerned by CISPA, the controversial US act posing serious threats to citizens' online privacy. The act passed the US House last week, but will it pass the Senate? Either way, Internet freedom advocates on both sides of the border will be watching closely.
Watch Lindsey's video update to hear this week's news. This week, Industry Minister Christian Paradis has signalled a lack of support for a Big Telecom backroom deal that goes around the spirit of rules meant to create more choice in the Canadian cell phone market. But will he take action to block it?