The Internet Tree

The State of Telecom Policy in Canada 3.0
June 29, 2011
1.71 MB218 pages

In this collection, committed public interest advocates and academics present primers on provocative digital policy issues: broadband access, copyright, net neutrality, privacy, and security, along with a consideration of structures of participation in policy-making and communication rights.

Contributors to The Internet Tree argue for a digital economy strategy that casts a winning vote for openness, broadband as an essential service, and community engagement and inclusion.

Please note that the PDF version of The Internet Tree can now be downloaded for free. Print copies are available for purchase.