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The Latest

  • Activists to FCC: We Aren't Going Away

    September 17, 2014
    Let’s say you’re Tom Wheeler. If 3.7 million comments aren’t enough to convince you that the only way to protect Net Neutrality is reclassification, maybe seeing a giant billboard mounted on a truck that’s parked directly across the street from your headquarters will.
  • Free Press Pushes the FCC to Learn to Love Title II

    September 16, 2014
    For months we’ve been hammering home the message that FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler needs to scrap his plan to allow discrimination online and instead take steps to protect real Net Neutrality. Millions of Americans want the same thing.
  • Crowd of 200 in NYC Rallies to Save the Internet

    September 15, 2014
    Today 200 members of #TeamInternet came to City Hall Park in Manhattan to speak out for true Net Neutrality — and against Comcast’s proposed merger with Time Warner Cable.
  • Fighting for the Open Internet in Philly

    September 15, 2014
    Today’s the final day to comment on FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler’s plan to create a two-tiered Internet — and at lunchtime I gathered with a crowd of 100 activists outside Comcast’s headquarters in Philadelphia.
  • Worldwide Censorship Suppliers Want More Censorship

    September 12, 2014
    The movement to save Net Neutrality got another boost this week via Wednesday’s Internet Slowdown protest. But the other side isn’t relenting.
  • The #InternetSlowdown Was Epic

    September 11, 2014
    The Internet Slowdown drove more than 2 million emails and nearly 300,000 calls to Congress. And so many pro-Net Neutrality comments were filed (722,364 to be exact) that the FCC's site broke (again).
  • A Thousand Calls Per Minute: The #InternetSlowdown Takes Off

    September 10, 2014
    The spinning wheel of death could become an all-too familiar sight if FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler ignores the major opposition to his plan to allow discrimination online. That’s why we helped launch the Internet Slowdown: to show what a world without Net Neutrality could look like.
  • Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi Endorses Title II

    September 8, 2014
    FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is going to have to overturn rocks to find support for his proposed rules that turn the Internet into a two-tiered system and destroy all hope of real Net Neutrality.

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