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Under the direction of Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook hired a Republican opposition-research firm to smear some of the company’s critics.
All Americans need to stand in solidarity with journalists against Trump’s efforts to abuse, harass and silence the press.
The new Congress will have a strong team of open-internet champions as the fight to restore essential protections continues.
WASHINGTON — On Monday, the United States Supreme Court denied the ISPs’ attempts to vacate earlier appellate-court decisions upholding the 2015 Net Neutrality rules.
WASHINGTON — On Wednesday, Free Press filed the latest document in its ongoing opposition to the proposed $26.5-billion merger between T-Mobile and Sprint.
More than 40 groups joined together to release recommended corporate policies to help internet companies disrupt hate and extremism online.
Pai has failed to show any urgency in the wake of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, which left nearly the entire population in Puerto Rico without phone and broadband service.
Right after California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a strong pro-Net Neutrality law, the U.S. Department of Justice filed suit in federal court to prevent it from taking effect.
The FCC voted to restrict the abilities of local municipalities to govern public rights of way when considering the installation of small-cell wireless facilities.
Representatives from social-justice and digital-rights groups will rally outside FCC headquarters on Wednesday to protest the agency’s plan to undermine Lifeline.