February 26, 2015The Federal Communications Commission has just announced strong new Net Neutrality rules. Experts say the new rules will entrench net neutrality and prevent telecom conglomerates from creating ‘slow lanes’ on the Internet.

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Thursday, 01 January 2015 00:00

Black Lives Depend on a Free and Open Internet

Black Lives Matter was born as a social media response to this verdict, meant to interrupt a public narrative that criminalizes and devalues Black people’s lives in America. With support from techies, designers, artists and thousands of activists across the country, Black Lives Matter is now an online to offline political movement, affirming the humanity and resilience of Black communities. The continued growth of this movement and its capacity to respond nimbly and effectively to the brutal and biased policing of Black communities depends, in part, on access to a non-discriminatory Internet. 

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Wednesday, 24 December 2014 00:00

Congress Goes Out With Net Neutrality Bang

Late last week, 39 members of the House and Senate sent a letter to FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler echoing the president’s call to protect real Net Neutrality now by reclassifying broadband Internet access services under Title II.

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A new plan on broadband service reportedly being crafted by the Federal Communications Commission head has been criticized by open Internet advocates who say it still fails to deliver real net neutrality.

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The telecommunications industry is creating and funding front groups which pose as consumer organizations and aggressively lobby to kill net neutrality, journalist Lee Fang revealed in an article published in Vice on Friday.
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