Justin Trudeau: Don’t break the Internet

This statement was originally published on openmedia.org on 17 May 2021.

OpenMedia has signed onto an open letter to Justin Trudeau that voices concerns about recently tabled policies and regulations that threaten to harm the Internet, Canada’s knowledge economy, and every individual in this country.

OpenMedia is a signatory on a joint letter put to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau by the Internet Society that calls attention to pieces of recently tabled legislation and proposals made through consultation that threaten to harm Canada’s Internet.

Through multiple pieces of legislation and policy proposals, the Canadian government is taking aim at Canada’s free and open Internet that obliges by the principles of net neutrality. For more information about these concerns, please see the full letter below.

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