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Dana works with the policy team to research and advocate for communications-policy solutions that serve the public interest.
In this filing, Free Press debunks FCC Chairman Pai’s claims that his repeal of Title II protections has created a better and more resilient internet.
Free Press urges the FCC to require Charter to adhere to the conditions of its merger with Time Warner Cable.
Free Press condemns the FCC’s abandonment of its authority to safeguard internet users and promote universal and affordable access to an open internet.
Free Press argues that the best way to protect the public interest is to restore Title II Net Neutrality rules.
In these comments, Free Press slams FCC Chairman Ajit Pai's latest attempt to undermine the Lifeline program.
In testimony before the House, Free Press Action urges the FCC and Congress to consider how affordability and systemic racism affect the digital divide.
Free Press urged the Federal Communications Commission to abandon efforts to relax or eliminate any of the agency’s remaining media-ownership protections.
Free Press submitted comments to the Federal Communications Commission as part of the agency’s quadrennial review of media-ownership rules.
In this reply comment, Free Press urges the FCC to change the definition of cable-franchise fees. This plan would rob communities of millions of dollars.
Free Press research shows which public-TV stations are participating in the upcoming auction.