See what Industry Minister Moore has to say about your sky-high cell phone bills
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.
Big Telecom’s last-ditch effort to delay new cell phone rules has sparked condemnation from Canadians across the political spectrum.
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...
Lack of competition in the Canadian market means that more big companies like Rogers can keep gouging customers with high fees.
Here's the latest from Openmedia.ca Big telecom company Bell announced this week that it'll be reattempting its highly unpopular takeover of Astral Media. It's been just about a month since the CRTC...
In this week's update, the Big Three's unchecked dominance of the cell phone market has led to Canadians paying some of the highest fees in the industrialized world and being forced into some of the...
In this week's update, Canadians are leading by example in the fight against warrantless online spying. Meanwhile, Big Telecom is up to its old tricks, price-gouging Canadians wherever it can.
It's the beginning of the end for Internet throttling, and OpenMedia's newest campaign is coming into play as the hotly contested Bill C-11 moves through the House of Commons.
There's so much going on in Internet governance this week. OpenMedia has news about police lobby for warrantless online spying, the cell phone squeeze, and the SOPA blackout. Check it out: