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Explore our congressional testimony, filings with the Federal Communications Commission and other government agencies, letters to key lawmakers, information on media and technology legislation, and all of our latest research.
In the wake of Hurricane Maria's devastating impact on Puerto Rico, Free Press urges the FCC to conduct a thorough analysis of the resiliency of communications networks.
Free Press and other advocates urge the FCC to appoint an independent commission to investigate the communications crisis in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria.
Our Supreme Court brief outlines our opposition to the cable-and-phone lobby’s attack on the 2015 Net Neutrality rules.
Free Press' petition documents show T-Mobile and Sprint have failed to demonstrate that their proposed merger would serve the public interest, increase competition or meet antitrust standards.
In a letter to the U.S. Senate, 24 groups urge against the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court based on his opposition to Net Neutrality.
Free Press and other groups filed this joint brief in their D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals challenge to the Federal Communications Commission’s 2017 Net Neutrality repeal.
In these comments, Free Press argues that the FTC lacks the authority to stop internet service providers from engaging in online abuses and anti-competitive behavior.
Free Press states that broadcasters continue to rely on thoroughly debunked public interest claims to misrepresent concerns with the Sinclair mega-merger.
Free Press asserts that Sinclair and Tribune are relying on debunked claims to bolster their pro-merger arguments.
Free Press discusses how the FCC’s incubator proposal won’t boost diverse ownership opportunities; instead, it will allow NAB members to tokenize women and people of color.