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Push Back in the Media: Weekly News Update from OpenMedia.ca
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 28th, 2013
Our Best Plans: weekly news update from OpenMedia
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 21st, 2013
The Launch: Weekly News Update from OpenMedia.ca
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 15th, 2013
Stopping the internet meter: weekly news update from OpenMedia.ca
This past Thursday, the CRTC made their final decision in this Stop The Meter saga: people can now rest easy bout usage-based billing.
Mar 1st, 2013
Russian meteor video: Why do so many Russian drivers have dashcams?
Meteor strike in Russia: still from Dashcam video (YouTube)
Feb 15th, 2013
Tamagotchi is Back: Virtual pets for your Android phone
Tamagotchis invade your smartphone. 2013 is the new 1997.
Feb 14th, 2013
Cool Ranch Doritos Locos Tacos Announced on Vine: Coming Soon to Canada?
Taco Bell Cool Ranch Doritos Locos Tacos: Coming to Canada in...?
Feb 13th, 2013
Scary super spy software tracks information on social media about terrorists - and you
Riot software program by Raytheon is "as sinister as it sounds."
Linda Solomon Wood
Feb 11th, 2013
Canada's warrentless spying bill remains in limbo, but could come back: OpenMedia.ca
Remember Bill C-30 and #TellVicEverything?
Feb 7th, 2013
Canadians need more cell phone plan choices: update from OpenMedia.ca
Lack of competition in the Canadian market means that more big companies like Rogers can keep gouging customers with high fees.
Jan 31st, 2013