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Campaign Victories

New/Mode clients are winning campaigns on multiple issues. Here’s a list of what change organizations like OpenMedia, David Suzuki Foundation, BC SPCA, Generation Squeeze and many others are making possible using our targeted engagement tools.

 

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Our tools were built off of OpenMedia’s award winning civic engagement tools and strategies. Here are some of their success:

OpenMedia is currently making a difference with the Save the Link campaign. So far they've built a network of nearly 100 organisations, gathered over 10,000 responses to the European Commission’s consultation on platforms, and 90,000 people signed up to say that they will stand against any regulations that censor hyperlinks.

In a historic decision, CRTC ruled that all Canadians must have access to reliable, world-class mobile and residential Internet. This was a game-changer for rural Canadians: Trudeau government must step up and help turn this exciting vision into reality.

OpenMedia's Stop Spying campaign succesfully defeated Bill C-30, an invasive piece of online spying legislation introduced by Canada’s former Conservative federal government by rallying 150,000 people from coast to coast to speak out.

In one of their earliest campaigns, OpenMedia mobilized over half-a-million Canadians to secure a historic win for the Internet by liberating Canadians from the proposed Internet usage-based billing. 

OpenMedia was proud to contribute to coalition of internet advocates led by SaveTheInternet.eu: after three years and more than 500,000 people speaking out for an open Internet, Europe’s long-awaited Net Neutrality guidelines were released.

In a landmark victory in the USA, The Federal Communications Commission announced strong new Net Neutrality rules thanks to an amazing coalition of open Internet groups, public interest groups, civil rights organizations and web companies.

With over 55,000 Canaidan petition signatures, another OpenMedia win strengthened Net Neutrality protections by discouraging telecom providers from zero-rating certain apps and services and not others.

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