Amy Kroin

Editor

Amy edits all Free Press and Free Press Action Fund communications. She also edits and monitors the Free Press and Save the Internet websites, coordinates and edits all blogs and helps create campaign, outreach and development materials. Amy has worked as a writer and editor for 15 years and her work has appeared in the New York Times, the Boston Globe, the Washington Post and Salon, among other publications. Amy holds a B.A. in English from Vassar College and an M.F.A. in English from UMass Amherst. She loves hiking, writing, singing and proving to any and all contrarians that Mad Men is the best show of all time. Follow her on Twitter @AmyKroin.

Blog Posts

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • The Internet Slowdown Is Coming --- Join the Fight

    September 8, 2014
    On Sept. 10, dozens of major tech companies and thousands of organizations are participating in the Internet Slowdown -- a glimpse of what the Internet could look like if we lose Net Neutrality.

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