Internet speeds in Canada leave a lot to be desired: http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2013/11/29/internet-speed-world-canada_n_4360391.html?ref=topbar That's one of the reasons why Canadians have been calling for big telecom gatekeepers to be reined in so that innovators can provide Canadians with the kind of service they deserve. Learn more at https://OpenMedia.ca/Gatekeepers Data source for image: http://www.netindex.com/download/allcountries/
We've compiled a list of ten actions Industry Minister Moore should take to leave a lasting positive legacy for Canadian #Internet users: http://openmedia.ca/blog/pro-Internet-top-10 - D.
We've compiled a list of ten actions Industry Minister Moore should take to leave a lasting positive legacy for Canadian Internet users: http://openmedia.ca/blog/pro-Internet-top-10
JUST OUT: Industry Minister Moore announces the results of a crucial auction of scarce wireless resources. He revealed that Quebecor could be set to expand its wireless business outside Quebec - and while their entry is a positive development, more action is required to stop cell phone price-gouging after the Big Three gobble up most of key spectrum assets. Learn more: http://ow.ly/tNKhg
We have 24 hours to get as many people as possible to tell the CRTC: Ditch the deadweight in our telecom market. So far, your OpenMedia.ca team has collected an unprecedented 15,000 comments - and we hope to make it 20,000 by tomororw. Please LIKE and SHARE this image, and learn more at https://OpenMedia.ca/Deadweight
OpenMedia.ca is committed to tackling Canada's growing digital deficit - and we need you to help us connect the dots! At the end of this month, we will be submitting ideas, strategies, and solutions for a Connected Canada as part of an official consultation with the CRTC. That's where you come in. Learn more, become a host, and participate in a meetup at https://OpenMedia.ca/ConnectedCanada
How has OpenMedia maintained a track record of success? Well, we use the Internet to save the Internet -- and we put your generous donations to good use! Lindsey Pinto, our former Communications Manager, explains exactly how in one of the most popular articles ever posted on our website: http://ow.ly/rI7yo Please consider supporting our small team by becoming a monthly ally (https://OpenMedia.ca/Allies)
Bell thinks it can fool Canadians with its new “privacy” policy - but Canadians are taking a strong stand against the company's latest affront to citizens: https://openmedia.ca/blog/BellDataGrab Thank you to all our community members who have been speaking out on Facebook, Twitter and Google+! Please share this article with your friends - and tell Industry Minister James Moore that the time has come to rein Big Telecom in: https://OpenMedia.ca/Gatekeepers
We want to thank the 60,000 citizens who have spoken out for authentic choice in our broken cell phone market. Here's an infographic about how we got here - and how we need to put the roadmap that we created together with Canadians into action. Learn more about how we can open the networks for authentic choice at https://OpenMedia.ca/UpgradeCanada
From wasting taxpayer dollars to misleading Canadians, Canada’s Big Telecom giants are out of control - and we are literally paying the price. It's time to stop big telecom gatekeepers from blocking our access to affordable services. Use our new tool to tell Industry Minister Moore: Please fulfil your promise to rein in these telecom gatekeepers! Learn more at https://openmedia.ca/gatekeepers
Thank you! Your efforts as part of the OpenMedia.ca community has convinced the media to start reporting that Canadians want more Canadian-grown telecom choices. Thanks to you, advocate Phillip Dwja was invited to speak about authentic choice and affordability in Canada's broken wireless market. Check it out and share it with friends and family. We don't have millions to spend on misleading PR campaigns - but thankfully, we have a you. Let's keep going, Canada!
Thank you to SFU student Ashley for speaking out! We agree with you - and if you do too, you should send a loud and clear message for authentic choice in our broken telecom market - and we've made it easy to do so. Check out our send a letter-to-the-editor tool at http://OpenMedia.org/newspaper
This was so awesome, we just had to share. We received this note and ad in the mail. It reads: "This ad makes me so angry. All I could think to do was send you guys a cheque. Keep up the good work!" Thank you Canada for speaking up; thank you to this supporter for their donation, and thank you to all the individual donors that continue to contribute to our work at https://OpenMedia.ca/donate
In case you were wondering, this is how Canadians feel about the clarity of their phone contracts. Source: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/in-pictures-globe-readers-weigh-in-on-the-state-of-canadas-wireless-industry/article8484339/?from=11197998 Over 60,000 Canadians have spoken out for choice in our wireless market. Have you? http://DemandChoice.ca/ Thanks to volunteer Ro-Zee Creative for making this image for us.