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The Senate majority refused to invite even one public-interest group to counter industry talking points at a kick-off hearing on consumer-privacy proposals.
Companies like AT&T now have the power to crush competition, limit access of new entrants to the media marketplace, stifle critical voices and promote their own content.
This deal would harm people of color and all communities and constituencies that rely on having more affordable and open wireless options.
A report released 50 years ago documented how the media contributed to our nation’s racial divisions. Half a century later, the problems outlined in this report persist.
Just as your phone company can’t tell you who to talk to or what to say on the phone, Comcast can’t dictate what you say or see over your internet connection.
Today FCC Chairman Pai released his draft order to eradicate Net Neutrality. It’s everything that ISPs like AT&T, Comcast and Verizon could have wanted.
AT&T is trying to sucker Congress into giving it a mammoth tax break that would cost the rest of us.
In his quest to destroy Net Neutrality, FCC Chairman Pai is refusing to admit that ISPs occupy just one piece of the internet economy.
Millions of people around the nation are fighting for real Net Neutrality — but FCC Chairman Ajit Pai is still clinging to his worn-out industry talking points.
FCC Chairman Pai is 100 percent wrong when he claims that the Net Neutrality rules have stifled broadband investment.