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 […]


WASHINGTON, D.C. — Broadband for America (BFA) issued the following statement today commemorating National Small Business Week: “America’s small businesses are the backbone of our economy, providing good jobs and strengthening the fabric of communities across the country,” said Rob Tappan, a spokesman for BFA. “But as our economy has increasingly gone digital, access to […]

Calls For Congressional Action On Comprehensive Net Neutrality Legislation Ramp Up

Bipartisan Voices Urge Permanent & 21st Century Solution, Rather Than CRA Half-Measure Alaska Governor Bill Walker: “Alaskans Need Internet That Is Open And Accessible, And Congress Should Take Action To Protect That Accessibility.” “It’s clear: Alaskans need internet that is open and accessible, and Congress should take action to protect that accessibility.  Internet access is as essential […]

[Maine] Sun Journal: Congress Can Preserve An Open Internet

By Hector Barreto As broadband experts and community leaders gathered recently to discuss strategies for expanding high-speed internet access to more rural areas in Maine, closing the divide that prevents many residents from participating in an increasingly digital economy remains one of the state’s most critical challenges. But to connect more Maine communities, consumers and business […]

Anchorage Daily News: Net Neutrality Is Vital — But So Is Rural Broadband

By Niel Ritchie Most issues look different from rural America, but that’s especially true of net neutrality. No one doubts that net neutrality policies to keep the internet open and free for all users is vital. No internet provider or tech company should be allowed to block websites, censor or discriminate against viewpoints, manipulate cyberspace to […]

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