WASHINGTON — Hundreds of Net Neutrality advocates will protest outside Federal Communications Commission headquarters on Thursday before the agency votes on Chairman Ajit Pai’s proposal to undo Net Neutrality protections.
WASHINGTON — On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission voted along party lines to approve the deceptively named “Restoring Internet Freedom Order.” The order dismantles the agency’s 2015 Net Neutrality rules.
WASHINGTON— On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission Chairman moved forward Chairman Ajit Pai’s plan to revise the national television-ownership cap, delivering yet another gift to big broadcasters.
WASHINGTON — On Thursday, the FCC is expected to approve the deceptively named “Restoring Internet Freedom Order” in a party-line vote, clearing the way for blocking, throttling and discrimination by the nation’s largest phone and cable companies.
WASHINGTON — A coalition of Net Neutrality advocates plan a large protest outside Federal Communications Commission headquarters on Dec. 14 before the agency votes later that morning on Chairman Ajit Pai’s proposal to undo the open-internet protections. The Net Neutrality Wake-Up Call Rally is hosted by Voices for Internet Freedom, a coalition of groups focused on the digital rights of communities of color.
WASHINGTON — On Monday, the FCC and the FTC released a draft “Memorandum of Understanding” on the ways the agencies will allegedly work together to protect internet users after the FCC guts the open-internet protections.
WASHINGTON — On Thursday, more than 30 press-freedom, civil-liberties and open-government groups submitted a letter to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai urging him to cancel the Dec. 14 vote to undermine the open-internet protections.
NEW YORK CITY — On Thursday, thousands of Net Neutrality supporters will protest outside more than 600 Verizon stores in all 50 states plus the District of Columbia. The largest protest is set to occur in New York City outside the Verizon store on 42nd Street near Bryant Park. Other Dec. 7 protests will occur outside nearly 20 congressional in-district offices.