Sunday, July 23, 2017

Cable companies want to get rid of net neutrality. Without it, sites like ours could be censored, slowed down, or forced to pay extra fees. We can stop them and keep the internet open, fast, and awesome if we all contact Congress and the FCC, but we only have a few days left. Learn more.

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Topic: FCC

July 12th: Internet-wide day of action to save net neutrality

The FCC wants to destroy net neutrality and give big cable companies control over what we see and do online.

Protesters take net neutrality issue to FCC chair’s home

Pai needs to be personally protested because he comes to the FCC with a personal agenda.

Trump’s FCC has paved the way for a giant, local Fox...

Relaxed media consolidation rules have allowed Sinclair Broadcasting to buy Tribune Media, creating a local news behemoth with a conservative bent.

Will the DOJ or FCC Stop the AT&T Merger From Creating...

“If you’re not a Time Warner shareholder ... if you’re not a Wall Street banker, there is very little in this deal for you.”

How a Mid-Sized Tennessee Town Took on Comcast, Revived Its Economy...

Even if more mergers go through, having a public option for internet, cable and phone service is always better for consumers. Chattanooga, Tennessee showed America just that, by providing municipal broadband internet to residents.

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In the last 40 years CEO pay has risen by 937% while worker wages...

America’s inequality problem continues to be the worst in the industrialized world. 

Body cam video shows cop shoot tail-wagging dogs

The Minneapolis police say that officers will now receive additional training for encountering dogs on possible burglary calls.

Don’t trust business with education

Greasy politicians use education funds to enrich corporations – and themselves.

Good news on Social Security and Medicare? Reports show just that

This is a good point to keep in mind as the Republicans try to dismantle Obamacare.

Baltimore cop suspended for planting evidence on video

Within the past six years, the city of Baltimore has paid more than $13 million to settle lawsuits alleging police misconduct.

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