Tag Archives: FCC chair Tom Wheeler

Tell The FCC To Save Net Neutrality

Submit your comment: Tell the FCC to save Net Neutrality By Howard Dean A free and open Internet is under attack — and time is running out to save it. The Federal Communications Commission is taking public comment on their … Continue reading

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Rep. Dave Loebsack Calls for Reclassification To Ensure A Free And Open Internet

Yesterday,  Congressman Loebsack sent a letter to FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler and FCC commissioners calling on the commission to maintain a strong net neutrality policy,  to consider banning paid prioritization, and urging reclassification of ISPs as common carriers to ensure … Continue reading

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People Turn Out For Reclassification And Real Net Neutrality

The fight to save the internet is in its final stage as of yesterday. The FCC has voted for 120 days of public input. This is going to take all of us. Please participate by contacting the FCC, President Obama, … Continue reading

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What Did The FCC Decide Today?

FCC Approves Plan to Allow for Paid Priority on Internet Source: Washington Post OR FCC Votes to Move Ahead on Net Neutrality Plan Source:  New York Times The only certainty at this point is that the Democratic commissioners including chairman … Continue reading

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FCC Considering Title II

Yes, @RepAnnaEshoo, Title II is a viable option we’re considering. We are listening and welcome continued discussion. #FCCNetNeutrality — Tom Wheeler (@TomWheelerFCC) May 13, 2014  

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Save The Internet: Stop The FCC’s Plan To Kill Net Neutrality


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White House Reaffirms Commitment To Net Neutrality

Remember the petition you signed urging President Obama and the FCC to classify internet providers as “common carriers”  which drew 105,572 signatures?  This is what it said: Petition: On January 14, 2013, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District … Continue reading

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