#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 [...]

What Is The FCC Hiding? Court Orders Agency To Release Info About Who Submitted Fake Comments During Net Neutrality Repeal

By Staff, Fightforthefuture.org -

Reports today show that a DC District Court judge has ordered the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to disclose previously-unreleased information that will assist the public in [...]

Kavanaugh’s Toxic Net Neutrality Record Went Mostly Unnoticed During Hearings

By Andrew Wyrich, Dailydot.com -

t’s no secret that Democrats were attempting to press Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on a laundry list of topics during his confirmation hearings last week. Yet one issue that initially [...]

That Time Telco Lobbyists Sent Me All Their Talking Points About Trying To Shift The Blame To Internet Companies

By Mike Masnick, Techdirt.com -

It's not every day that big telco lobbyists email me their internal documents about how they're going to try to shift all the negative press about themselves and try to flip it onto internet [...]

Internet Groups Urge U.S. Court To Reinstate ‘Net Neutrality’ Rules

By David Shepardson, Reuters.com -

In a legal filing Monday, the Internet Association, Entertainment Software Association, Computer & Communications Industry Association, and Writers Guild of America West urged the reversal of the [...]

22 States Ask Court To Restore Net Neutrality

By Jacob Kastrenakes, Theverge.com -

Attorneys general representing 22 states and the District of Columbia asked a federal court to reinstate net neutrality, saying the Federal Communications Commission failed to properly consider [...]

Congress Is Set To Grill FCC’s Chairman For Falsely Claiming His Agency Was Hit With a cyberattack — Here’s How It Could Affect The War Over Net Neutrality

By Troy Wolverton, Businessinsider.com -

The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission is set to testify Thursday in front of a Senate oversight committee. He's certain to have to respond to questions while there about false [...]

FCC Lied To Congress About Made-Up DDoS Attack, Investigation Found

By Jon Brodkin, Arstechnica.com -

The Federal Communications Commission lied to members of Congress multiple times in a letter that answered questions about a "DDoS attack" that never happened, an internal investigation found. [...]

Survey: Net Neutrality Could Be Midterm Issue

By John Eggerton, Multichannel.com -

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, Freepress.net -

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, Tumblr.fightforthefuture.org -

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, Arstechnica.com -

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, Thehill.com -

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, Battleforthenet.com -

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 [...]