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Many experts, and policymakers (such as Senator Warren), have suggested that these “Big Tech” companies should be broken up, and if they are, then cloud computing services are among the most logical services to be spun off. (Photo: Free Press/Flickr/cc) Views
The Oligopoly That Controls Our Digital Infrastructure Has Deepened Economic and Racial Divides
As we rebuild, let's remove control of wireless spectrum, cloud infrastructure, and broadband internet from corporate hands and put it under public, democratic control.
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'Time for the Agency to Come Clean': FCC Ordered to Release Detailed Data From Fake Net Neutrality Comments
"Journalists wanted to get to the bottom of this mess. The FCC told them go away. But a court just told the FCC to stop hiding from the press."
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Critics of the proposed private equity takeover of the .org domain held a protest in Los Angeles in January 2020. News
Civil Society Groups Celebrate 'Stunning Victory' in Effort to #SaveDotOrg From Private Equity Takeover
"Privatizing resources established for the public good has a poor track record... and privatizing control of the .org domain would have been catastrophic."
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Third grader Emilia Cisneros (left), and her sister, Eden, who is in fourth grade, do their schoolwork at home on March 18, 2020 in San Anselmo, California. Both of the schools that the girls attend are closed because of COVID-19. (Photo: Ezra Shaw/Getty Images) News
Parents Fear Exploitation as Children's Screen Time Skyrockets 500% During Coronavirus Pandemic
"This is not a problem that parents can solve on our own. We need Congress to include online safety measures for our children in the next stimulus package."
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Eight-year-old Indi Pineau, a 3rd grader in Jeffco Public Schools, works on doing her first day of online learning in her room at her family's home on March 17, 2020 in Lakewood, Colorado. News
With Millions of Students Cut Off Digitally, Coronavirus Pandemic Bolsters Demand to Treat Internet as Public Utility
Advocacy group calls for $100 billion investment toward creating a broadband system "that would benefit people, not just companies."
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Sens. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.). News
Senate Committee Takes Up EARN IT Act Decried by Rights Advocates as 'Sneak Attack on Encryption'
"That such a law is even being considered by Congress," says whistleblower Edward Snowden, "is a national disgrace."
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The stakes for ensuring that people have reliable access to broadband are higher than this administration will ever admit. (Photo: Free Press/Flickr/cc) Views
How Trump's Attack on Net Neutrality Created a Legal Mess for the Entire Internet
Now more than ever we need the Senate to pass the Save the Internet Act.
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'Stop This Sale': 11 NGO Leaders at Davos Warn Against Pending Private Equity Takeover of .Org Domain
"The security of civil society should not be entrusted to private equity."
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Sex workers and activists News
Progressives Unveil New Bill to Investigate How Anti-Trafficking Law Has 'Demonized and Harmed' Sex Workers
"Instead of preventing sex trafficking, SESTA/FOSTA made it harder for sex workers to access critical health and safety resources. We need the full picture."
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Vowing to Deliver High-Speed Broadband for All, Sanders Plan Would Enshrine Internet as Public Utility
"Access to the internet is a necessity in today's economy, and it should be available for all."
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