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Battle for the Net: Our Letter to the FCC
Protecting net neutrality is crucial to ensuring that the internet remains a central driver of economic growth and opportunity, job creation, education, free expression, and civic organizing for everyone.
TechCrunch: the Implications of the End of Net Neutrality
By Sergey Denisenko
When Donald Trump pulled off a stunning victory to win the U.S. presidency, I—and many others who work in digital media—began to speculate about how the Trump administration might handle net neutrality.
Media Policy Watch—July 2015
By Rose Kaplan
It's been a quiet month for Net Neutrality. The Hill's David McCabe reports on the climate around the FCC and the telecom world as the new rules have gone into effect, noting that only one complaint has so far been filed—by San Diego-based Commercial Network Services, against Time Warner Cable.
‘Battle for the Net’: Keep Up with the Latest in Net Neutrality
The FCC voted three-to-to last month to reclassify broadband as a common-carrier service under Title II of the Communications Act, but the battle for Net Neutrality is far from over.