1,387,615 More Reasons We Need Paper Options: Identity Theft Is Exploding

by Jim Haigh, Keep Me Posted North America Online fraud did not take a break for the pandemic. Just the opposite, crimes and complaints are exploding across all categories measured by the US [...]


Paper Correspondence Is Bridging the Digital Divide in Vaccine Rollout

by Jim Haigh, Keep Me Posted North America “Unprecedented” and “an historic challenge” are some of the terms medical experts use to describe the efforts to get COVID-19 vaccines into the [...]

Consumers Ask: What is Happening to My Retirement Plan Notices?

Keep Me Posted (KMP) has received feedback from consumers that they have recently either stopped receiving mailings from their retirement plans or that they have suddenly started getting emails [...]


Bell Canada, Rogers Communications and Telus/Koodo deny consumer choice, control and convenience of paper communications

Top Canadian Telecoms Fail to Meet Keep Me Posted Best Practices for Essential Communications Keep Me Posted (KMP) North America’s review of Canada’s top telecommunications companies – Bell [...]


New US CFPB Rule Invites Digital Harassment in Debt Collection

New debt collection rule substitutes email, text and social media messages for paper notices by Jim Haigh – December 8th, 2020 The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) gave an early [...]


RetireSafe Joins the Keep Me Posted North America Coalition

Chicago, IL – December 7, 2020.  Keep Me Posted North America (KMP) is pleased to welcome RetireSafe as a public interest partner in our advocacy campaign working for the right of every consumer [...]


Keep Me Posted Salutes Eight of Top 10 U.S. Telecoms for Following its Best Practices for Essential Communications

CHICAGO, October 1, 2020 – As part of its ongoing mission to ensure consumers are given a clear choice in how they receive essential information — on paper or digitally — and that they are [...]


New Report: Electronic waste exploding exponentially. Sustainable, renewable, reusable options are needed.

By Jim Haigh, Keep Me Posted North America The Global E-Waste Statistics Partnership (GESP) has just released the third edition of The Global E-Waste Monitor 2020, and the findings detail an [...]


Census 2020 woes expose deep digital divide and reinforce enduring need for paper options

by Jim Haigh, Keep Me Posted North America Census 2020 is not going well. Nor is it going as planned. This critical distinction has been amplified by the COVID-19 pandemic, which again exposes [...]


Keep Me Posted reminds the CRTC to stand up for Canadians regarding choice and fair access to paper-based communications

Canada lags behind many developed nations when it comes to protecting consumer choice and fair-access to paper-based communications. In Canada, telecommunications providers such as Bell and Telus [...]

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