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New FCC Chairman Ajit Pai Is Off to an Orwellian Start
Pai bypassed the democratic process, using “delegated authority” to deprive the full Commission of a vote
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Trump's FCC Blocks ISPs from Giving Low-Income Families Web Access
New Republican chairman Ajit Pai's orders "rob millions of the neediest families of the help they need to bridge the digital divide," says Free Press
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FCC Chair Tom Wheeler to Resign, Leaving 'Remarkable Legacy'
Wheeler's resignation from the post opens door for Republicans to undo many progressive advances in internet policies
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Trump Just Put Net Neutrality on Death Row
Jeff Eisenach and Mark Jamison, appointed to Trump FCC transition team, 'have deep financial ties to the telecom industry'
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AT&T/Time Warner: The Case Against Monster Bell
An opponent of the mega-merger wonders if the political will to oppose it will survive Election Day.
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'Counter to Public Good': Sanders Urges DOJ to Reject AT&T-Time Warner Deal
Merger will 'shrink our media landscape, stifle competition and diversity of content, and provide consumers with less while charging them more'
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On Possible AT&T-Time Warner Media Behemoth, 'Regulators Must Say No'
Consumers will see increased prices and fewer choices, analysts say
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AT&T Preps "Media Colossus" with Time Warner at Customers' Expense
'Big mergers like this inevitably mean higher prices for real people, to pay down the money borrowed to finance these deals and their golden parachutes'
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Federal Court Delivers a Blow to Municipal Broadband
The digital divide is alive and well in 2016 and there are still millions of people in the United States living without internet access. And a court decision that came down this week hasn’t helped matters. On Wednesday, the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals blocked the FCC’s 2015 order to preempt state-...
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The Net Neutrality Verdict Is In: We Won!
Today a panel of judges ruled in favor of the FCC's Net Neutrality rules — agreeing with the overwhelming majority of internet users that this agency can and must protect everyone's rights to connect and communicate. This outcome proves what we've known all along: that the FCC chose the right legal...
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