Poll Shows National Consensus In Favor Of Net Neutrality

By Paul Bischoff, Comparitech.com -

Most internet users expect the freedom to be able to toggle between Twitter and Instagram with both programs loading at the same speed. However, what many don’t realize is that governmental [...]

Court Strikes Down FCC’s Mean-Spirited Effort To Reinforce Digital Divide

By Janine Jackson, Fair.org -

A federal appeals court has overturned FCC chair Ajit Pai‘s attempt to gut the subsidy that makes it possible for low-income communities to access broadband. For reasons known only to themselves, [...]

Title II Is The Best Way To Protect The Internet. Period.

By Dana Floberg, Freepress.net -

Last week, Free Press VP of Strategy and Senior Counsel Jessica J. González testified in  Congress about the importance of restoring real Net Neutrality protections and a strong legal framework [...]

Net Neutrality’s Day In Court

By Ernesto Falcon, Elliot Harmon, Erica Portnoy, and Bennett Cyphers, Eff.org -

The Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit heard the case of Mozilla v. FCC today to determine whether the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is allowed to repeal its net neutrality rules and [...]

Fake FCC Comments Linked To Ex-Trump Campaign Director’s Org, Boosted By Roger Stone

By Dell Cameron, Gizmodo.com -

An organization run by a former Trump campaign statewide director is being investigated by the New York attorney general’s office for its role in submitting potentially hundreds of thousands of [...]

The Net Neutrality Argument That Will Be Made In Court

By Andrew Wyrich, Dailydot.com -

A number of prominent tech companies and digital rights groups expressed confidence on Wednesday that their court battle against the Federal Communications Commission(FCC), where they are [...]

‘What Is The FCC Hiding?’ As Net Neutrality Deadline Looms, Agency Refuses FOIA Requests For Crucial Records

By Jake Johnson, Commondreams.org -

"Something here is rotten—and it's time for the FCC to come clean. Regrettably, this agency will not do this on its own. So it falls to those who seek to investigate from outside its walls." Just [...]

The Internet Is Rising Up For Net Neutrality

By Fight for the Future. -

Congress only has until December 10th to use the Congressional Review Act (CRA) to reverse the FCC’s resoundingly unpopular repeal of net neutrality. After that, there are other paths to [...]

Net Neutrality Supporters Win Big In The House

By Staff, Freepress.net -

WASHINGTON — Net Neutrality supporters scored major victories in the House on Tuesday, with Democrats who supported the reversal of the Trump FCC’s 2017 anti-Net Neutrality ruling winning all 160 [...]

November 29: Day Of Action To Save Net Neutrality

By Fight for the Future. -

Fight for the Future has teamed up with major celebrities and web companies for one last day of action on Thursday, November 29 to convince Congress to overturn the FCC's repeal.  The last day [...]

The Biggest Threat To Free Speech No One Is Talking About

By Robert Scheer, Truthdig. -

If you clicked this story, odds are you’re a consumer of independent media. Yet even as you’re reading these words, your ability to do so in a timely manner is in grave jeopardy. Since [...]

Ajit Pai, Telecom Lobbyists Are Now Coordinating Their Lies In Perfect Symmetry

By Karl Bode, Techdirt.com -

So we've made it pretty clear by now that the FCC's entire justification for repealing net neutrality was based entirely on fluff and lobbyist nonsense. But because the Administrative Procedure [...]

New York Attorney General Subpoenas Industry Groups, Lobbyists Over Fake Net Neutrality Comments

By Tom McKay, Gizmodo.com -

The New York Attorney General’s office has subpoenaed “more than a dozen telecommunications trade groups, lobbying contractors and Washington advocacy organizations,” the New York Times [...]

#NetNeutrality: Turns Out 99.7 Percent Of Unique FCC Comments Wanted To Keep The Internet Open

By Monique Judge, Theroot.com -

As the Federal Communications Commission prepared to repeal the laws of net neutrality last year, 22 million comments were left on its website expressing arguments either for or against keeping [...]

New York Times Sues FCC For Net Neutrality Records

By Jon Reid, Bna.com -

The New York Times Co. is suing the Federal Communications Commission for records the newspaper alleges may reveal possible Russian government interference in a public comment period before the [...]