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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.
Free Press requests more time to respond to the FCC's proposal to make the Fox newspaper-broadcast cross-ownership waiver permanent for the New York City market.
Tech companies must do more to combat hate and disinformation on their platforms. Preserving Section 230 is the way to encourage that.
In this filing, Free Press debunks FCC Chairman Pai’s claims that his repeal of Title II protections has created a better and more resilient internet.
More than 50 social-justice groups and media organizations urged TV news networks and the AP to adopt a set of policies to guide their election coverage.
Free Press joined allies in filing an amicus curiae (friend of the court) brief in defense of California’s Net Neutrality legislation.
In a filing, Free Press provides the definitive data on FCC Chairman Pai's failure to close the digital divide.
Free Press urges the FCC to maintain the current minimum standards and subsidies for the Lifeline program until the agency can fully analyze the Lifeline marketplace.
Free Press’ comments urge the FCC to reject the Trump-administration request for new regulations governing how online platforms handle third-party content.
The Change the Terms coalition sent a letter demanding that Facebook prevent the platform from being weaponized for lethal violence.
Free Press and four allies filed a lawsuit challenging the administration's unlawful order against social-media companies.