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News coverage following Hurricane Florence shows how post-disaster narratives can perpetuate racial and economic oppression.
For media activists, Hurricane Maria only underscored the need for the creation of communications systems grounded in community.
Free Press Action Field Director Mary Alice Crim and others discuss how distributed organizing can advance social change.
California's blue-state rebellion against President Donald Trump has spread to internet regulation.
The U.S. Department of Justice didn't even wait until morning to launch a federal lawsuit against California after Gov. Jerry Brown signed a far-reaching Net Neutrality bill.
California’s new internet regulation is slated to go into effect in January 2019 — but it will never happen if the feds have their way.
Many experts are concerned that 5G technology will leave poor urban communities further behind.
Federal regulators approved a plan to speed deployment of next-generation 5G wireless networks around the United States by overriding some local rules.
The FCC will face off in court with supporters of the Obama-era Net Neutrality rules.
A coalition of Puerto Rican, digital and racial-justice activists is demanding that the FCC address how the storm devastated the island’s communications infrastructure.