As a former consumer advocate, Jason has been a part of the development of Canada’s Net Neutrality Rules in consultation with the CRTC. In 2012 he successfully advocated at the CRTC to have those rules enforced against Rogers Communications. This set a precedent in Canadian telecom policy across the country, which still remains in place today.
Jason than became a digital rights advocate, where he was directly consulted by federal government and opposition parties as it relates to digital and civil rights. Jason has engaged in academic debates surrounding digital and civil rights with some of Canada’s top academic legal and policy experts.
In 2014 Jason took some time off to advocate for his family. Jason’s son is diagnosed with autism.
Jason is now focusing his attention on disability rights and policy. Jason hopes that political connections made during previous civil rights advocacy will assist in bringing not justice but equality to federal disability programs, and to people with disabilities. Jason recently completed a law course on the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
If you wish to get a hold of Jason you may do so at this e-mail address: jay at jkoblovsky dot ca