The Koch brothers will reportedly spend at least $250 million on the 2014 midterm elections — and that’s a conservative estimate.
But while the Kochs may have the fattest wallet in the game, they’re hardly alone.
In the past few weeks, support for Net Neutrality has reached historic levels — with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and the president himself opposing the kind of paid prioritization FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler’s plan would allow.
When FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler released his Internet rule proposal, he said all the right things. But the path the agency has laid out is inherently flawed. Here’s an overview of Free Press’ official comments.
I’m a researcher at the Imaging Research Center at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. We explore new forms of storytelling and image-making that emerging technologies enable. The open Internet has been a real breakthrough for us.
On Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid sent a letter to the Free Press Action Fund to reiterate his support for Net Neutrality — and embolden FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler to do the right thing to protect it.