Survey: Net Neutrality Could Be Midterm Issue

By John Eggerton, -

Net neutrality could be the midterm election issue supporters of strong rules are hoping for, at least if legislators are looking to capitalize on the issue, positioning is key. That is according [...]

Sinclair Merger In Huge Trouble As FCC Chairman Pai Casts Skeptical Eye On Sham Deals

By Staff, -

WASHINGTON — On Monday, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai announced that he would circulate an order designating the Sinclair Broadcast Group’s acquisition of Tribune Media for [...]

First Republican Joins Effort To Reverse FCC On Net Neutrality Repeal

By Staff, -

Today, Representative Mike Coffman (R-CO) announced that he will become the first GOP member of the House of Representatives to sign a discharge petition in an attempt to force a vote on the [...]

Net Neutrality Makes Comeback In California; Lawmakers Agree To Strict Rules

By Jon Brodkin, -

A California net neutrality bill that could impose the toughest rules in the country is being resurrected. The bill was approved in its strongest form by the California Senate, but it was [...]

Net Neutrality Has Been Repealed, But Congress Could Still Bring It Back

By Sarah Morris, -

The net neutrality protections that millions of Americans asked the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to implement were repealed on Monday, a result of FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s efforts to [...]

June 26: The Internet Goes To Washington

By Staff, -

On June 26th, small business owners and Internet users from across the country will meet directly with their House members in DC. Face-to-face meetings in the Capitol are one of the most [...]

Campaign For Net Neutrality Continues

By Fight For The Future, -

Outside of Washington, DC, net neutrality is not a partisan issue. Poll after poll shows that the overwhelming majority of voters, including Republicans, Democrats, and Independents, oppose the [...]

Summer Offensive For Net Neutrality Starts Now

By Fight for the Future. -

Net neutrality is being stolen from you. And we have a warrant out for each and every House of Representatives member that has yet to sign to force a vote to reinstate net neutrality [...]

Congress: Pass The CRA Or Face A Summer Of Internet Opposition

By Staff, -

Today, net neutrality supporters announced plans for mass online actions on June 11th, to coincide with the date that the FCC’s resoundingly unpopular repeal will go into effect. The groups [...]

Net Neutrality Is Coming Back, No Matter What Happens Next With The Senate Resolution

By Troy Wolverton, -

The resolution the Senate passed Wednesday that would reinstate the Federal Communications Commission's net-neutrality rules may ultimately go nowhere. But this issue isn't going away. And one [...]

Docs Show Ajit Pai Met With AT&T Execs Right After Corp Started Paying Michael Cohen. Now Congress Needs To Overturn The FCC’s Net Neutrality Repeal And Investigate.

By Fight for the Future, -

This past week, AT&T apologized for its “serious misjudgment” in hiring U.S. President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen to provide “insights” into how the new administration would [...]

The Time To Get The Net Neutrality Rules Back Is Now

By Gigi Sohn, -

Last December 14th, the Trump FCC repealed the 2015 network neutrality rules prohibiting broadband Internet Service Providers (ISPs) from favoring or discriminating against Internet traffic. In [...]

The Battle For Net Neutrality Continues

By Ilana Novick, -

“Net neutrality” laws are set to expire June 11, the Federal Communications Commission announced Thursday, and now a number of senators, mainly Democrats, are staging a last-ditch effort to save [...]

Congress Would Save Net Neutrality If They Represented The People

By Dell Cameron, -

Democrats on Wednesday officially filed a petition to force a vote in the Senate to save net neutrality. With a single Republican supporting the effort, only one vote is needed to advance a [...]

Everything You Need To Know About The Net Neutrality Resolution Coming To Congress Next Week

By Russell Brandom, -

It’s been six months since FCC chairman Ajit Pai officially began the rollback of the Title II net neutrality order — and progress has been slow. The new rules finally entered the federal [...]