News Explore our recent press releases, latest updates and media mentions. If you are a member of the media and have inquiries, interview requests, or would like to join our press list, please contact Timothy Karr at 201-533-8838, or reach out to him at email@example.com. Check out the Free Press media kit. Press Releases Net Neutrality Internet Access Media Reparations Privacy Senate FCC and FTC Confirmations Would Put in Place the Leadership Urgently Needed to Protect Internet Users and Consumers November 17, 2021 Free Press Action urges the Senate to confirm all of these highly qualified nominees right away so they can get to work on the pressing issues before both agencies. Internet Access Eighty Civil-Society Groups Urge Senate Leadership to Quickly Confirm President Biden's Nominees to the FCC and NTIA November 16, 2021 The letter highlights the need to immediately confirm these three nominees to address the critical need for affordable and resilient access to the open internet. Local Journalism Media Reparations News Voices: Colorado Project Releases Four Recommendations for a More Equitable and Just Local Media System for Latinx Coloradans November 16, 2021 Free Press’ News Voices: Colorado project released a report calling for tangible changes in how newsrooms cover Latinx communities in the state. Internet Access President Biden to Sign Landmark Infrastructure Bill, Which Includes Billions in Funding for Internet Affordability and Deployment November 15, 2021 Meaningful support will now be available to tens of millions of people in the United States who have been unable to afford high-speed internet access. Updates Net Neutrality Local Journalism Media Accountability Diversity in Media Ownership Surveillance What We've Been Up To September 4, 2019 From urging platforms to ban white supremacists to telling advertisers to #DropFox, Free Press Action has been working on a bunch of crucial campaigns this summer. Surveillance The FBI vs. Black Lives August 23, 2019 The FBI is using undercover agents to track Black activists. And the Bureau is prioritizing these investigations over ones involving white supremacists. Local Journalism Stories of AC: Tales of Success, Hardships and Resilience May 15, 2019 We’re thrilled to announce that the first articles were published for Stories of Atlantic City, a collaborative-journalism project. Net Neutrality Net Neutrality Won in the House. Now It's on to the Senate. April 12, 2019 Before the final gavel dropped on the vote in the House, skeptics rang out in a chorus of “What about McConnell?!” To them, we say: Challenge accepted. Mentions Net Neutrality Internet Access Biden FCC Nominee Doesn't Waver in Net Neutrality Support During Confirmation Hearing November 17, 2021 Jessica Rosenworcel has long been a vocal supporter of Net Neutrality and opposed the FCC’s 2017 repeal. Net Neutrality Public-Interest Groups Want Senate to Fill Both FCC Vacancies as Soon as Possible November 17, 2021 Eighty groups, including Free Press Action, are urging senators to confirm Jessica Rosenworcel and Gigi Sohn without delay. Platform Accountability Facebook Struggled With Disinformation Targeting Latinos, Leaked Documents Show November 16, 2021 The company has failed to curb Spanish-language disinformation about elections, race and other crucial issues. Media Reparations The Business of Forging a Shared Future Begins With Media Reparations November 16, 2021 The U.S. media system has been a chief architect of our nation’s anti-Black narrative since 1619. Media reparations could help us finally move forward.