Review of Free Expression in Canada 2011/2012

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Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Examining issues including privacy and anonymity on the Internet, cyber surveillance, whistleblowers, access to information, and collaborative journalism, CJFE's third annual Review of Free Expression in Canada provides an overview of issues facing Canadians from coast to coast.

You can also read CJFE's report card, which grades key free expression issues and major institutions.

Read the report online below, or download a PDF version.


Individual Articles from the Review

Report card on free expression in Canada: Connected disconnect

Silenced scientists

Delay, redact, refuse, repeat: The access to information runaround

The rise and fall of freedom of information

Is the Canadian government freezing out civil society?

Links and Libel: Why hyperlinking is not publishing, and why it matters

[Infographic] Cyber nation: The internet in Canada

Anonymous in the internet age