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Matt leads our policy and legal team's efforts to protect the open internet, prevent media concentration, promote affordable broadband deployment and safeguard press freedom.
During a new COVID surge and amid trauma from environmental disasters and police violence, the Trump FCC is giving away its power to get and keep people connected.
Spoiler alert: Your wireless prices are going to go up.
The Trump administration is recommending a veto of the Save the Internet Act if that bill reaches the president's desk. And the decision is based on faulty data.
This deal would harm people of color and all communities and constituencies that rely on having more affordable and open wireless options.
There have been loads of press reports all falsely claiming that today, April 23, is the day that Ajit Pai’s Net Neutrality repeal takes effect.
We’re taking the FCC to court to restore the Net Neutrality rules. Here’s what that process will look like.
Congress has the power to overturn the FCC’s bad Net Neutrality decision. Here’s a quick look at how that process would work.
A new bill would allow Net Neutrality supporters in Congress to voice their disapproval of the FCC’s current plan to gut the rules.
AT&T has promised to be good if the FCC overturns the Net Neutrality rules. Problem is, you can’t trust AT&T.
Just as your phone company can’t tell you who to talk to or what to say on the phone, Comcast can’t dictate what you say or see over your internet connection.