This is the basis of the follow up letter from Digital Policy Canada drafted to the CIRA sponsored Canadian Internet Forum this week. The fundamental question we need to ask, what are Canadian regulators doing to protect Canadians, as well Continue reading What are our regulators doing to protect Canadian internet sovereignty?
After the F8 conference, there is even more concern than before about what personal information Facebook has on an individual. I was sent Facebook’s personal data request form which I was told was created specifically for people in the EU. Continue reading What info does Facebook have on me?
You may remember a year ago I broke the story on the introduction of the minority government’s Canadian version of the patriot act (see articles one and two). As promised, the now majority government has promised to push these through Continue reading Stop online spying in Canada
This image is getting a lot of attention. Today Michael Geist has released an article onÂ Unpacking The Policy Issues Behind Bandwidth Caps & Usage Based Billing. My MP has told me she opposes gouging consumers through usage-based billing. The liberal Continue reading Update on usage based billing (UBB)
As of writing this, I am one of over 180,000 Canadians that have signed the stop the meter campaign against usage based billing. There are several challenges with usage based billing, the main two to me being the immediate killing Continue reading Canadian petition against usage based billing
Recently, I was in a local brewery buying a keg, and they asked for a copy of my driver’s licence to write down the number on the deposit form. And then a few days ago, I was filling out an Continue reading Was I notified either verbally or in writing, of the reason each piece of my information is being collected?