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'You Can't Make This Up': Comcast Threatens Legal Action Against Net Neutrality Proponents
If FCC chairman Ajit Pai's plan "is enacted, there would be nothing preventing Comcast from simply blocking sites like Comcastroturf.com that are critical of their corporate policies"
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Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colo.), Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.), and Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) hold up a banner at Thursday's rally for net neutrality in Washington, D.C. News
FCC Votes to Start Slashing Net Neutrality Protections
'This proposal should be chilling to everyone who values the internet as a platform for free speech, commerce, entrepreneurship, and citizen engagement'
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'Today Is a Great Day': After 7 Years, Chelsea Manning Takes First Steps of Freedom
Army whistleblower's release celebrated as "a victory for human rights and the future of freedom of expression"
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Why I Fought for Chelsea Manning
Chelsea Manning is my friend, but I’ve never seen her face to face, or given her a hug. That’s because Chelsea has been in prison for the last seven years, sometimes held in conditions that the United Nations considers to be torture. She has been serving what was meant to be a 35-year sentence —...
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Net Neutrality Advocates Not Buying FCC's Claim that Hackers Crashed Site
Net neutrality advocates say they are 'extremely skeptical,' call for agency to release logs for analysis
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'You Betrayed Us' Billboards Targeting Anti-Privacy Lawmakers Erected
The ads encourage viewers to contact legislators' offices and ask why they voted to let broadband providers sell user data
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Digital Rights Groups Vow to Fight FCC Chair's Net Neutrality Attack "Tooth and Nail"
Ajit Pai's plan will 'turn the web into a place where the wealthiest and most powerful can be heard'
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FCC's "Puppet Bureaucrat" Chairman to Announce Plan to Kill Net Neutrality
"Trump's FCC chairman has put on blinders because he's determined to take away basic rights against online discrimination that Congress granted everyone in this country"
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Groups Decry Trump Plan to Demand Social Media Passwords at US Border
DHS Secretary John Kelly has defended the idea, saying that if travelers "don't cooperate...they can go back"
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Trump Quietly Inks Deal Selling Out Americans to Telecom Industry
With overreach now established as law of the land, open internet advocates are encouraging consumers to protect themselves and their data
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