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The Fight To Save The Free And Open Internet Is Not Over

Freepress has been leading the fight to save the internet.  Trashing the net neutrality rules is not in the public interest.  It’s tough for consumers to know what’s going on.  There will be legal challenges.  Find out what to do. … Continue reading

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Nicholas Johnson: Net Neutrality A Modern Day Pillar of Democracy

“For the FCC to repeal Net Neutrality, ownership limits, or the Fairness Doctrine, or politicians to say media are “the enemy of the American people,” chops away at democracy’s pillars. (Now 46% of voters believe media make up anti-Trump stories.)” … Continue reading

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Jeb Bush Vows To Dismantle Net Neutrality Rules If Elected

It seems safe to assume that any Republican in the White House will do the same. theverge.com/2015/9/22/jeb-bush-fcc-net-neutrality The Federal Communications Commission’s Net Neutrality rule classifies all Internet Service Providers (ISPs) as “public utilities,” subjecting them to antiquated “common carrier” regulation. … Continue reading

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