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Pai’s FCC squeezes in one more vote against net neutrality before election

Le Oct 27, 2020
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FCC reconfirms Title II repeal, says no changes needed despite court remand.

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Pai’s FCC squeezes in one more vote against net neutrality before election https://t.co/APSq2wNAAP by @JBrodkin
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Pai’s FCC squeezes in one more vote against net neutrality before election

Pai’s FCC squeezes in one more vote against net neutrality before election

FCC reconfirms Title II repeal, says no changes needed despite court remand.

FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel: Restore Net Neutrality and Expand Internet to All

FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel: Restore Net Neutrality and Expand Internet to All

Jessica Rosenworcel, one of the five FCC commissioners, is fighting for the restoration of net neutrality and the expansion of broadband access for all those who want it.

FCC commissioners disagree sharply on state of broadband

FCC commissioners disagree sharply on state of broadband

Some said the FCC's Broadband Deployment Report showed a continued decline in the digital divide, while others argued the report's data is flawed.

Charter seeks FCC OK to impose data caps and charge fees to video services

Charter seeks FCC OK to impose data caps and charge fees to video services

Charter wants TWC merger conditions to expire in May 2021, two years early.

The coronavirus crisis proves the internet should be a public utility

The coronavirus crisis proves the internet should be a public utility

It's never been more evident than in this time of pandemic panic that internet access is as essential as electricity and running water.

FCC chairman stands by net neutrality repeal after appeals court ruling

FCC chairman stands by net neutrality repeal after appeals court ruling

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai said on Monday he stands by the agency's repeal of landmark net neutrality rules and circulated a proposal to address three issues raised ...

Two Years Later, Broadband Providers Are Still Taking Advantage of An Internet Without Net Neutrality Protections

Two Years Later, Broadband Providers Are Still Taking Advantage of An Internet Without Net Neutrality Protections

This December marks the two-year anniversary of the Federal Communications Commission’s vote to repeal the 2015 Open Internet Order and the agency’s net neutrality consumer protections.

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Overview Internet freedom in the United States declined for the third consecutive year as immigration and law enforcement agencies expanded their surveillance of the public, eschewing ...

Next Phase Of The Battle For Net Neutrality and People’s Control Of The Internet

Next Phase Of The Battle For Net Neutrality and People’s Control Of The Internet

Protesters outside building where Ajit Pai was giving a speech in Washington, DC, December 2017 (From Free Press) Last week, the DC Circuit Court of Appeals

What the FCC can and can’t do to Section 230

What the FCC can and can’t do to Section 230

Trump wants the FCC to help him rewrite Section 230, the law that protects the internet as we know it. But the agency isn’t that powerful.

Net Neutrality’s Day in Court

Net Neutrality’s Day in Court

Public Interest Advocates, Local Governments, and Others Defend the Open Internet OrderThe Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit heard the case of Mozilla v. FCC today to determine whether ...

FCC Approves $20 Billion Rural Broadband Funding Plan

FCC Approves $20 Billion Rural Broadband Funding Plan

While proponents heralded the fund as a major step to close the "rural digital divide," Democrats on the commission warned that many areas that need internet won't get help.