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The Free Press Action Fund urges lawmakers to vote "no" on Sen. Jeff Flake's resolution to overturn the FCC's broadband-privacy rules.
In these comments, Free Press urges the FCC to protect the broadband-privacy rules and reject the petitions from the NCTA and other industry groups.
The Free Press Action Fund and 18 other groups filed a letter urging congressional leaders to oppose any resolution of disapproval that would overturn the FCC's broadband-privacy rules.
Twenty-two advocacy groups sent a letter urging tech companies to refuse to "sell any goods, services, information or consulting of any kind to help facilitate the creation of a national Muslim registry."
Free Press joined a broad coalition of organizations urging the Obama administration to publicly affirm its support for strong encryption.
Free Press and 75 other groups urged the FCC to unlock set-top boxes, protect internet users' privacy and prohibit abusive data caps and zero-rating plans that violate Net Neutrality.
In this filing, Free Press notes that Google's alternate proposal is "unwieldy, intrusive and unjustified."
Free Press, the American Civil Liberties Union, the Center for Media Justice and other organizations debunk industry misinformation in these reply comments to the FCC.
Free Press is part of a coalition of civil rights, privacy and technology groups sounding the alarm on racial bias in predictive policing.
Free Press' comments urge the Department of Homeland Security to abandon its plan to ask foreign visitors to the U.S. for information on their social media accounts.
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