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We dig into the policies and news developments affecting the free and open internet, media control and threats to local journalism. Our explainers educate you on why these issues matter.
This deal would hurt low-income communities and people of color, who disproportionately rely on T-Mobile and Sprint for more affordable plans and prepaid services.
Pai has dismissed concerns about the impact of the Trump administration’s tariffs on 5G deployment — claiming that local governments are the real villains here.
In the wake of Hurricane Maria, Free Press is pushing the FCC to build truly resilient communications networks on the island that can withstand future storms.
Free Press director Craig Aaron reflects on the legacy of former FCC Commissioner Michael Copps.
The T-Mobile/Sprint deal would lead to price hikes, layoffs and the elimination of two competitors that specialize in serving people of color and low-income communities.
At Free Press Action, we’re doing everything in our power to fight the corrupt regime at the FCC and undo the agency’s Net Neutrality repeal.
It’s easy to understand that Pai would have preferred a broken system to one that accurately documented public sentiment about Net Neutrality.
From the start Free Press sounded the alarm over a merger that would have forced Sinclair’s noxious newscasts into more than 70 percent of U.S. homes.
Here’s where we are with the Net Neutrality fight — and what you can do to help.
After years of experimenting with how organizing can be used to promote, strengthen and shape local journalism, we developed a guide for newsrooms and reporters.