Are you voting for Canada's Digital Future?


Big Telecom is about to impose expensive new fees on smaller websites that would create an Internet Slow Lane for everyone except giant conglomerates.1

Many of your favorite websites could slow to a crawl.

U.S. FCC Chair Tom Wheeler is about to cave to Big Telecom's demands.We have to tell the FCC to back off the Internet Slow Lane plan now or it will be too late. Send your message now.

Right now, Obama is meeting with leaders in Asia to finalize the secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement.

The TPP threatens to censor your Internet1, kill jobs, undermine environmental safeguards, and remove your democratic rights2.

We’re going to get the attention of decision-makers and the media by projecting a Stop The Secrecy message on key buildings in Washington D.C. - but we need your help.

For the first time, actual Presidents and Prime Ministers of 12 powerful countries will meet behind closed doors to seal an extreme Internet censorship plan called the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) 1

We know from leaked drafts2 that the TPP will make the Internet more expensive, censored, and policed. Experts say “kids could be sent to jail for downloading” and whole families could be kicked off the Internet.3

Right now, officials from around the world are meeting behind closed doors to create a new international agreement called the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) that will significantly restrict how you use the Internet.

Secrecy is not a good way to guide our digital future. We have a plan to create our own open, crowd-sourced alternative to this highly secretive process and we need your input for it to work. Speak up now before it's too late >>>

The NSA’s reckless spying on innocent citizens represents a stunning abuse of our basic rights. This is a watershed moment for all of us - either we stand up for our democratic rights, or we end up with blanket surveillance over every aspect of our day-to-day lives. Now, more than ever, it's time to speak out - tell decision-makers it's time to end warrantless spying on law-abiding citizens.

“The biggest global threat to the Internet”: That’s how legal experts describe the international agreement, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).

The TPP threatens to criminalize the use of some of your favorite websites—including YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, and your favourite blog—even your comments. But you can stop it if you act now.

The Fair Deal campaign is about keeping the Trans-Pacific Partnership from changing our copyright laws. A fair deal is one that opens up new trade opportunities, without forcing us to make changes to copyright law that would take a major toll on our society.

Make your voice heard by signing on to our simple statement for decision-makers now.

A group of 600 lobbyist "advisors" and un-elected trade representatives are scheming behind closed doors to decide whether you could get fined for your Internet use. Instead of debating this openly, they’re meeting secretly to craft an Internet trap through an international agreement called the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). We can stop them, but we need you to tell your government to stop the Internet trap now.

OpenMedia has joined with tens of thousands of people and organizations from around the world to support the Declaration of Internet Freedom. We have joined this international movement to defend our freedoms because we believe that they are worth fighting for. An open Internet can bring about a better world - If you agree, join our global movement by adding your name to the Declaration of Internet Freedom.