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Not So Fast, Net Neutrality…
Over the last few months, things have been looking good for keeping the Internet open to everyone. A little too good, as far as Congress is concerned, which is why members and the corporate lobbyists who write them hefty checks have launched a last-ditch legislative effort to scuttle Net neutrality...
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Hearings Highlight Congressional Efforts to Undermine Net Neutrality
These are treacherous days for Net Neutrality. Though the FCC has scheduled a vote on new rules for Feb. 26 — and is signaling it will go our way — opponents in Congress are scrambling to derail the process. This week both the House and Senate held hearings to debate whether Congress should take up...
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Sunlight ‘Study’ Leaves Net Neutrality in the Dark
The Sunlight Foundation this week put up a post claiming that a “shadowy organization with ties to the Koch brothers” dominated the final round of Net Neutrality comments at the FCC. But scratch the surface of this "study" and you’ll find a deeply flawed analysis of admittedly messy FCC data — one...
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Most Conservative Voters Heart Net Neutrality
While Sen. Ted Cruz tweeted that Net Neutrality is “Obamacare for the Internet,” a new poll shows that most conservatives support open Internet protections. A poll from the Internet Freedom Business Alliance found that 83 percent of voters who identify as “very conservative” do not want Internet...
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In Response to 'Unprecedented' Public Outcry, Obama Goes Big on Net Neutrality
Grassroots groups say new White House plan 'may have saved the Internet at the moment it was in the greatest jeopardy.'
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President Obama ‘Expects’ Real Net Neutrality Protections—But Will Chairman Wheeler Deliver?
On Thursday, President Obama made a clear and unmistakable call for real Net Neutrality. Now it’s time for FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler to step up.
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Press Freedom Groups Pressure President Obama to Do Better
A seemingly innocuous industrial park in the Utah desert has emerged as a hot spot in the fight for press freedom
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On Net Neutrality, the FCC Can't Ignore the Public
There was no vacation for the Internet this summer. While many Americans slipped away to the beach, Internet users were busy defending the openness of a network that has become this era’s engine for free expression, ingenuity and just about everything else. The threat comes from Federal...
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Public to FCC: Stop the Merger
Giant companies like Comcast can cause all kinds of trouble. So when they try to get even bigger, you know there’s more trouble coming. This week, tens of thousands of people — along with dozens of public interest organizations, media companies and competitive telecom providers — spoke out against...
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Public Outrage Over Net Neutrality Proposal Causes FCC Site to Crash
Comment deadline extended to Friday
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