“We will fight the FCC’s decisions in the courts, and we will fight it in the halls of Congress.”
The FCC continues to take no action to remove the fraudulent comments or to prevent them from being filed.
The people of the Internet have power that will not be ignored.
The FCC wants to destroy net neutrality and give big cable companies control over what we see and do online.
Pai needs to be personally protested because he comes to the FCC with a personal agenda.
Relaxed media consolidation rules have allowed Sinclair Broadcasting to buy Tribune Media, creating a local news behemoth with a conservative bent.
“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.”
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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