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The fight for online freedom in Canada is only just beginning

Despite a comfortable position alongside a myriad of disturbing new laws, the government’s proposed Internet surveillance legislation, known publicly as lawful access, was conspicuously absent from the Conservative’s recent omnibus crime bill. This came as a welcome surprise to many, considering that the prime minister had pledged to pass the legislation within the first 100


Rise of the ‘produser’

Established in 2002, the Creative Commons licence system allows artists, both professional and amateur, to copyright their work with as many restrictions as they choose ”” including the ability to un-copyright works completely. According to their website, “Creative Commons provides free tools that lets authors, scientists, artists, and educators easily mark their creative work with

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