April Glaser

April Glaser is a staff activist at EFF, where she focuses on community outreach and blogs about a wide range of digital rights issues. She works directly with community organizations interested in promoting free speech, privacy, and innovation in digital spaces, and she lectures frequently on these topics for groups large and small.

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Sunday, June 22, 2014
Neutrality Begins At Home: What U.S. Mayors Can Do Right Now to Support a Neutral Internet
This weekend at the U.S. Conference of Mayors annual meeting in Dallas, some mayors will take a strong stand in support of net neutrality. According to an op-ed by Mayors Ed Lee of San Francisco and Ed Murray of Seattle, the city leaders are unveiling a resolution calling on the FCC to preserve an...
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Saturday, June 07, 2014
In Harm's Way: The Dangers of a World Without Net Neutrality
Last month the FCC released its proposal for America’s new network neutrality rules. Unfortunately, the agency’s proposal included rules that would permit Internet providers to prioritize certain websites, e.g., make deals with some services for a faster and better path to subscribers. While the...
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Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Prepare to Take Action to Defend Net Neutrality. Here’s How the FCC Makes Its Rules.
It’s been hard to go a day without hearing news about the Chairman of the FCC, Tom Wheeler, and his highly contested plan for the future of network neutrality . Google and Netflix signed a letter with nearly 150 other Internet companies calling on the FCC to reconsider its plan, which would...
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Monday, January 27, 2014
Why the FCC Can't Actually Save Net Neutrality
Network neutrality—the idea that Internet service providers (ISPs) should treat all data that travels over their networks equally—is a principle that EFF strongly supports. However, the power to enforce equal treatment on the Internet can easily become the power to control the Internet in less beneficent ways.
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