Albuquerque Journal: Hasty Action Not The Way To Go

By Rosa Mendoza Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle agree about the need for strong protections that ensure a free and open Internet for all. In December 2017, the Federal Communications Commission voted to repeal 1930s-era regulations known as Title II, which were applied to the Internet in 2015 and led to diminished investment […]




Multichannel News: The Right Vote

By Mike Montgomery Nearly every day brings new stories of children being tracked, Russians being indicted, and online-fueled hate exploding into real-world violence – all while the big tech platforms that enable this chaos report record earnings and shrug off Congressional oversight without breaking a sweat. The internet has never been more vital to our […]


Washington Times: Protecting The Internet Ecosystem

By Cinnamon Rogers Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg recently took the hot seat on Capitol Hill for two days of grilling following news about Cambridge Analytica’s use of stolen data to profile and target American voters. Facebook also faces criticism about its privacy policies and data collection. And in a rare moment of bipartisanship, members on both […]


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