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Free Press joined racial justice leaders and independent content creators to push the FCC to open up competition in the set-top box market.
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 submitted these comments in response to the FCC notice of inquiry on the state of the marketplace for independent video programming.
Free Press joined with more than 50 other groups in submitting this letter to the FCC.
Twenty-two media justice, Internet rights and public interest groups signed this letter to the FCC.
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