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How Public Participation Saved Canada's Internet (Or: What Happens When Decision-Makers Actually Listen)


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How Public Participation Saved Canada's Internet (Or: What Happens When Decision-Makers Actually Listen)

Cynthia Khoo

Canada was also all abuzz with Net Neutrality news last week, and for the completely opposite reason: Our communications regulator, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), released a landmark decision that planted a flag for Net Neutrality, bolstering the future of online innovation, competition and affordable choice and allowing residents to meaningfully participate in today’s digital society. I represented the organization OpenMedia in the fight for these protections.


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Li'l Jimmy Jack only costs $40 a year.
The cable company charges $40 a month.