Victory: Net Neutrality Repeal Blocked In The Senate

By Kevin Zeese, Popular Resistance -

This tremendous victory occurred after massive grassroots pressure on members of the US Senate, including weeks of sustained grassroots pressure in the form of 16 million emails, over a million [...]

85 Companies Urge Congress to Pass Net Neutrality Measure

By New America's Open Technology Institute, Popular Resistance -

Today, 85 companies urged Congress to pass a measure (S.J.Res. 52) that uses the Congressional Review Act to retain the net neutrality rules that the Federal Communications Commission repealed [...]

Net Neutrality Showdown Is Now

By Kevin Zeese, Popular Resistance -

As you can see on our website there is a Red Alert to save Net Neutrality on the Internet.  Why are we going red? The Senate will likely vote next week on a measure to reject the FCC’s net [...]

Preparing For The Coming Transformation

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, -

There will be a backlash. It will look to the Democrats like a backlash against Trump's extremism but it will be broader, it will be a backlash against the extremism of the corporate duopoly. [...]

Organizing For Our Rights To Internet Equality

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, -

On December 14, 2017, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), lead by chairman Ajit Pai, voted to dismantle the hard-won net neutrality rules, going against widespread public support for [...]

Newsletter – Creating The 21st Century Internet

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, -

Ajit Pai, the former Verizon lawyer who is chair of the FCC, went too far last Thursday in undermining the Internet when he led the dismantling of net neutrality rules. As a result, he has fueled [...]

Call Congress: Revoke The FCC’s Decision To End Net Neutrality

By Staff, -

On December 14, Verizon lawyer turned chair of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Ajit Pai, led the effort to dismantle the net neutrality rules we fought for and won in 2015. Even [...]

Massive Nationwide Protests For Net Neutrality

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers,> -

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers for Popular Resistance. Yesterday, more than 700 protests were held across the nation in small towns, suburbs and cities by people calling for a free and open [...]

Artists, Actors, And Musicians Support Net Neutrality Protests

By Evan Greer, -

By Evan Greer of Fight for the Future. “If the FCC votes to gut these protections it will explicitly allow Internet providers to charge extra fees that amount to a tax on the entire creative [...]

Day 5 Of Countdown To Launch: Evan Greer

By Staff, -

By Popular Resistance. Evan Greer is a transgender activist and musician living in Boston, Massachusetts. She is the Campaign Director for Fight for the Future, which works to protect Internet [...]

Groups Urge FCC Chairman to Delay Net Neutrality Vote

By Harold Feld of Public Knowledge, -

By Harold Feld for Public Knowledge. Popular Resistance Joins Public Knowledge Organized Letter of 40 Organizations Calling for Delay of FCC Vote on Repealing Net Neutrality and Title II Rules. [...]

FCC To Kill Net Neutrality Unless We #StopTheVote

By Protect Our Internet, -

By Protect Our Internet. On December 14, Verizon lawyer Ajit Pai, who is currently serving as chair of the Federal Communications Commission, FCC, will bring his proposal to dismantle net [...]

From An Open Internet, Back To The Dark Ages

By Jonathan Cook, -

By Jonathan Cook for Counterpunch. In December the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) plans to repeal already compromised regulations that are in place to maintain a semblance of “net [...]

Save Net Neutrality: Shut The FCC Down

By Staff, -

By Popular Resistance. We just learned that the FCC will not vote on taking net neutrality away in October, which means it will likely be on the agenda in November or December. This is the time [...]

Ajit Pai’s ‘Crazy’ Plan To Lower Broadband Standards

By Jon Brodwin, -

By Jon Brodwin for Ars Technica. The FCC's current policy, a holdover from former Chairman Tom Wheeler, is that all Americans should have access to home Internet service with speeds of at least [...]