Resources

  • Official Free Press Comments on FCC's Proposed Internet Rules

    Free Press entered these comments in the FCC's docket on July 17, 2014. Free Press opposes the FCC's plan and is pushing the agency to reclassify Internet service providers as common carriers.

    July 18, 2014
  • How to Plan Your Event

    This resource offers helpful tips on how to organize events in the fight to save Net Neutrality and stop the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger.

    June 26, 2014
  • Free Press Action Fund Testimony on AT&T-DirecTV Merger

    On June 24, 2014, Free Press Action Fund Policy Director Matt Wood testified in a Senate hearing on the AT&T-DirecTV deal. His written testimony is attached.

    June 24, 2014
  • Organizations Speak Out in Support of Net Neutrality

    Close to 100 organizations — including Consumers Union, Free Press and MoveOn — signed a letter to FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler in support of Net Neutrality.

    May 8, 2014
  • Net Neutrality & Reclassification: A Fact Sheet

    Net Neutrality is the basic principle that keeps the Internet free and open. It prevents Internet service providers from blocking, censoring, interfering with or discriminating against Web traffic and content.

    April 2, 2014
  • Free Press Letter to FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler

    On Feb. 7, Free Press sent a letter to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler regarding classification of broadband.

    February 10, 2014
  • Dear FCC: Reclassify Broadband

    The D.C. Circuit’s decision in the Verizon case dealt a huge blow to the open Internet. But the court’s decision provides a road map for the FCC to move in a positive direction and reclaim its authority to protect the open Internet.
    January 30, 2014
  • Net Neutrality Primer

    On May 15, 2014, the Federal Communications Commission proposed rules that would allow rampant discrimination online. Under these rules, telecom giants like AT&T, Comcast and Verizon would be able to create a two-tiered Internet, with fast lanes for those who can afford it and dirt roads for the rest of us. These companies would have the power to pick winners and losers online and discriminate against online content and applications. And no one would be able to do anything about it.

    December 5, 2013

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