Last week FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler took to his blog to sing the praises of community broadband — and to rail against the corporate-friendly laws in 20 states that prohibit communities from creating their own networks.
Free Press has more than 750,000 members — more than 50,000 of whom live in New York State — which is why I’m traveling to Albany this Wednesday to offer public comments at a hearing on the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger.
Jim Cicconi's blog post about Net Neutrality accuses open Internet advocates of repeating themselves, all while trotting out the same old AT&T claims we’ve rebutted countless times before. Jim can make all the tired Groundhog Day jokes he likes, but his weasel words are the only source of confusion and repetition in this discussion.
On Sunday night, John Oliver, host of the popular news-comedy show Last Week Tonight With John Oliver, informed the world about Net Neutrality in ways that were both nutritious and hilarious. Yes, funny broccoli.
The open Internet and Net Neutrality have helped fuel #HollaRev and make it possible for this online community to share stories, make connections, and build the power it needs to combat incidents of everyday harassment.
At a five-year-old’s birthday party over the weekend, I chatted with a therapist, a publishing executive and a furniture maker. Everyone wanted to talk about Net Neutrality, the principle that all online content must be treated equally — and the biggest tech issue of the moment.