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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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Expert Says Senate Democrats' Sweeping Online Privacy Bill Answers Public Demand for 'Transformative Shift'
"The Consumer Online Privacy Rights Act gives consumers meaningful rights, holds companies accountable, and protects stronger state safeguards."
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 Here's what we know from modern U.S. history, writes Lofgren: "The elites failed at every level." (Photo: David Eulitt/Getty Images) Views
Are We the People Unfit for Democracy?
Maybe we are wired for authoritarianism—but the present crisis has another cause.
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Advocates Blast 'Paltry' $170 Million Penalty for Google's Violations of Child Privacy Rules
"The FTC let Google off the hook with a drop-in-the-bucket fine. Not a single Google executive or investor will bat an eye."
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'A Great Equalizer': Warren Unveils Plan for $200 Billion Investment in Public Broadband Access and Healthcare for Rural America
"No matter where you live in America you should have the opportunity to thrive."
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So many Op-Eds and letters to the editor that oppose the Save the Internet Act are written by people with financial ties to the broadband industry. (Photo: Sarah McGee, Flickr) Views
Playing Whack-a-Mole With Broadband Industry Shills
This industry money has turned far too many decision-makers in Washington against the interests of the people they’re supposed to represent, people who support Net Neutrality in large numbers
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The passing of the Directive will still leave that division between the Polish people and the media establishment, with politicians struggling to find a domestic solution that won’t damage their prospects with either group. (Photo: EFF) Views
EU’s Parliament Signs Off on Disastrous Internet Law: What Happens Next?
The battle will have to continue, as it has done in these last few weeks, with millions of everyday users uniting online and on the streets to demand their right to be free of censorship
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'Dark Day for Internet Freedom': EU Approves Rules to Create Online Censorship Machine
"Never forget what they did here," tweeted NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden
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Major EU Websites Go Dark With #Blackout21 Protest Ahead of Vote to Create Internet 'Censorship Machine'
"This is the last chance for Europeans who care about access to knowledge and the sharing of diverse information on the internet to make their voice heard."
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