FCC’s Repeal Of Net Neutrality Is Still Wrong

By Timothy Karr, Free Press. -

Washington - In a blog post on Monday, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai wrote that he stands by the agency's unpopular repeal of Net Neutrality rules. Pai also circulated a [...]

FCC Ordered To Disclose Data About Net Neutrality Commenters

By Wendy Davis, MediaPost.com. -

Siding with The New York Times, a federal judge has ordered that the Federal Communications Commission must disclose information about users who submitted comments during the 2017 net neutrality [...]

Corona Virus And The Digital Divide

By Janine Jackson, FAIR. -

It is not lost on some that, all of a sudden, paid sick leave is obviously socially important; understaffed hospitals are an outrage; and, really, shouldn’t the government be paying for this…? I [...]

With Net Neutrality Axed, Local Governments Are Racing To Save The Open Internet

By Victor Pickard and David Elliot Berman, Inthesetimes.com -

Internet service providers like Comcast and Verizon are free to slow down, block or prioritize internet traffic as they wish, without interference by the federal government. That’s the effect of [...]

We Have No Reason To Believe 5G Is Safe

By Joel M. Moskowitz, Blogs.scientificamerican.com -

The telecommunications industry and their experts have accused many scientists who have researched the effects of cell phone radiation of "fear mongering" over the advent of wireless technology's [...]

DC Court Of Appeals Requires Environmental Review For Implementation Of 5G

By Staff, Ehtrust.org -

A federal appeals court has vacated and remanded the “arbitrary and capricious” Federal Communications Commission’s decision to allow AT&T Inc., Verizon, and other wireless carriers, cell phone [...]

Court Decision On Net Neutrality Opens Doors To Next Steps

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Clearing the FOG. -

In 2015, under great pressure from a broad media justice movement, the FCC passed Net Neutrality policies that guaranteed the universal right to go where users want to go on the Internet. In [...]

What To Expect When You’re Expecting A Net Neutrality Decision

By Andrew Jay Schwartzman, Benton.org -

Every Tuesday and Friday morning at 10 am (Eastern), scores of journalists, activists, and lawyers stare at the website of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit’s “Opinions” page, [...]

Governor Mills Signs Law To Support Net Neutrality And Protect Internet Users

By Staff, Maine.gov -

Governor Janet Mills announced today that she has signed into law LD 1364, An Act Regarding Net Neutrality and Internet Policy, introduced by Rep. Nicole Grohoski, D-Ellsworth. The legislation [...]

103 Groups Urge Senate Majority Leader McConnell To Bring The Save The Internet Act To A Floor Vote

By Staff, Freepress.net -

Today marks one year since the FCC made the unpopular decision to officially kill net neutrality and broadband protections for the American people​. ​On the one-year anniversary of the end of the [...]

How Net Neutrality Advocates Are Protesting The Anniversary Of The FCC Repeal

By Andrew Wyrich, Dailydot.com -

Net neutrality advocates will mark the one year anniversary of the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) repeal going into effect with an all-day live stream tomorrow. Fight for the Future, [...]

DOJ Antitrust Attorneys Reportedly Recommend Agency Block T-Mobile/Sprint Merger

By Common Cause, Popular Resistance -

WASHINGTON - Today, reports indicate that the Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division has recommended the agency move to block the T-Mobile-Sprint merger. The reports follow Federal [...]

Harmful Sprint/T-Mobile Merger Shows FCC Chair Is Shill For Telecoms

By Staff, Fightforthefuture.org -

Today Ajit Pai, the former Verizon lawyer turned least popular FCC chairman in history, announced his support for the T-Mobile / Sprint mega merger. The $26.5 billion deal has faced widespread [...]

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 [...]