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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.
Free Press joined with other internet freedom advocates, social justice groups and competitive companies to defend against the cable and phone lobbies' latest legal challenge to the Net Neutrality rules.
The Free Press Action Fund urged members of Congress to support Rep. Serrano's amendment to remove three anti-Net Neutrality provisions from an appropriations bill.
Free Press' comments urge the FCC to adopt privacy protections that build on the agency's 2015 decision to reclassify broadband access as a telecom service under Title II of the Communications Act.
Internet users want and need updated consumer-privacy safeguards to protect their private information from unauthorized disclosure and abuse.
The Free Press Action Fund urged members of the House to oppose this bill, which would undermine the FCC's ability to protect Internet users and the open Internet.
Free Press research shows that the Title II-based Net Neutrality rules have not hampered investment. In fact, network investment is up.
Free Press joined with more than 50 other groups in submitting this letter to the FCC.
Free Press urged the FCC to move forward with strong privacy safeguards that protect the rights of Internet users.
Free Press' research punctures false claims from the phone and cable lobby.
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