Wednesday, May 25, 2022

Tag: net neutrality

Threshold met – senators force vote on net neutrality

While this is a "major milestone" achieved, it's the first step in the fight to save net neutrality.

Senators vow to ‘fight’ FCC’s decisions regarding net neutrality

“We will fight the FCC’s decisions in the courts, and we will fight it in the halls of Congress.”

FCC refuses to investigate net neutrality comment fraud

The FCC continues to take no action to remove the fraudulent comments or to prevent them from being filed.

FCC’s attack on net neutrality fuels movement for Internet equality and...

The people of the Internet have power that will not be ignored.

Morning news’s embarrassing response to net neutrality vote

The flagship morning news shows on broadcast and cable news covered net neutrality for less than four minutes combined.

The battle for Net Neutrality isn’t over

The FCC says the reversal "will protect consumers at far less cost to investment than prior rigid and wide-ranging utility rules."

We saved net neutrality once. We can do it again.

Just a few years ago, powerful grassroots pressure rose up to protect a free and open internet.

Tell the FCC not to end net neutrality!

There’s still time. Please help stop this corporate power grab over what we can say and do online.

“Break the Internet” revolt to save net neutrality

A free, open internet is at stake. Now more than ever before, it’s time to make a ruckus.

Protests planned nationwide as vote on FCC’s ‘catastrophic’ plan to kill...

Open internet supporters are demanding that lawmakers answer a simple question: "Do you stand for your constituents' ability to communicate and connect, or do you stand for Verizon's bottom line?"

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FDA denies petitions to ban phthlates in food packaging

"It’s outrageous that FDA decided chemicals banned from children’s toys should remain in the food we eat. Families deserve better from FDA.”