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, [...]

How The U.S. Weaponizes “Internet Freedom”

By Julianne Tveten, Ahtribune.com -

Several weeks ago, Edward Snowden took to Twitter to weigh in on the recent coup attempt in Venezuela. “Big: Venezuela's opposition leader just launched a coup,” he wrote. “Reports coming in that [...]

90 Organizations Urge Congress To Restore Net Neutrality

By Kevin Zeese, Popular Resistance. -

We the undersigned 90 organizations urge House members to pass the Save the Internet Act restoring the strong protections for net neutrality and broadband access guaranteed by the 2015 Open [...]

Free Press Action Hails Committee Passage Of The Save The Internet Act As Landmark Net Neutrality Bill Advances To House Floor

By Staff, Freepress.net -

WASHINGTON — On Wednesday, the House Energy & Commerce Committee passed the Save the Internet Act of 2019 (H.R. 1644) out of committee with a 30-22 vote. The legislation, which would restore the [...]

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 [...]

“The Whole Internet Is Watching.” Internet Protest Planned Ahead Of Key Net Neutrality Vote Next Week

By Staff, Fightforthefuture.org -

The House Energy and Commerce Committee’s subcommittee on Communications and Technology is expected to hold a markup and vote on the Save the Internet Act (HR 1644) as soon as next week. Internet [...]

Web Inventor Urges Users To Seek ‘Complete Control’ Of Data

By Staff, Afp.com -

World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee on Monday slammed the increasing commodification of personal information and appealed for internet users to strive to maintain "complete control" of their [...]

The Save The Internet Act Offers Real Net Neutrality Protections

By Timothy Karr, Free Press -

The Save The Internet Act would restore the entire 2015 Open Internet Order, including the rules it adopted, the protections and precedents set forth in the text of the FCC’s 2015 decision, and [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]