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In this letter, Free Press advocates for strong policies to promote affordable internet access.
The Free Press Action Fund and 18 other groups filed a letter urging congressional leaders to oppose any resolution of disapproval that would overturn the FCC's broadband-privacy rules.
Here are the highlights of Free Press' groundbreaking report.
Twenty-two advocacy groups sent a letter urging tech companies to refuse to "sell any goods, services, information or consulting of any kind to help facilitate the creation of a national Muslim registry."
This comprehensive Free Press report finds that communities of color are on the wrong side of the digital divide in ways that income differences alone do not explain.
Original Free Press research documents the public television stations participating in the FCC spectrum auction.
Eighteen digital rights and consumer advocacy groups including Free Press signed a letter urging the next presidential administration to block the AT&T/Time Warner merger.
Free Press joined a broad coalition of organizations urging the Obama administration to publicly affirm its support for strong encryption.
Voices for Internet Freedom urged the FCC to:
Free Press and 75 other groups urged the FCC to unlock set-top boxes, protect internet users' privacy and prohibit abusive data caps and zero-rating plans that violate Net Neutrality.
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