Media Alliance, which has been advocating for a democratic and accessible media system since 1976, urges you to support and implement Chairman Genachowski’s call for a neutral Internet future. The Internet has been a key driver in innovation, free speech and civic participation in the United States and we must maintain an even playing field for all.
Access Humboldt urges you to support Network Neutrality, the principle that protects choice of content and equal opportunity on the Internet. Network Neutrality is essential for the Internet to support free speech and ethical civic participation.
In the almost ten years that Future of Music Coalition has existed, we’ve seen tremendous changes in the way musicians go about reaching and cultivating fans. Perhaps the biggest development in our decade on the scene is in how artists are using the internet.
AT&T has "asked' its employees to fake it in the fight against Net Neutrality.
The company’s top policy officer sent a memo to workers on Monday urging them to hide their company affiliation before posting anti-Net Neutrality comments to the Federal Communication Commission’s Web site.
A hopeful future for journalism is within reach, but it’ll take an ambitious societal effort to seize the moment. That is the conclusion of a new report released today by Columbia University’s School of Journalism.
The Reconstruction of American Journalism by Leonard Downie, Jr., former executive editor of The Washington Post, and Michael Schudson, professor of journalism at Columbia, is the third major report to be released this year that advocates for a government role in securing the future of journalism.
A coalition of top tech company CEOs and innovators called Net Neutrality vital to the United States’ "economic growth, innovation and global competitiveness" in a letter urging FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski to defend the open Internet.
Civil rights are fundamentally about protecting fairness, equality and freedom for all people. Net Neutrality is about protecting fairness, equality and freedom for all online data. From a values perspective, these two concepts are functionally equivalent.