Fight For The Future wants to

Tell Congress: Defend Net Neutrality, Not Cable Giants

Cable giants have been lobbying Congress for years. Now they're asking for big favors to end Net Neutrality.

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    Fight for the Future is dedicated to expanding the Internet's transformative power for good. Our…Read More

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Fight For The Future
Fight For The Future Campaign leader

​"This shows that the Internet has changed the rules for what can be accomplished in Washington," our campaign director Evan Greer told the…Read More

F.C.C. Approves Net Neutrality Rules, Classifying Broadband Internet Service as a Utility

Rebecca R. Ruiz and Steve Lohr
WASHINGTON — The Federal Communications Commission voted on Thursday to regulate broadband Internet service as a public utility, a milestone in regulating high-speed Internet service into American homes. Tom Wheeler, the commission chairman, said the F.C.C. was using “all the tools in our toolbox to protect innovators and consumers” and preserve…Read More
Fight For The Future
Fight For The Future Campaign leader

We did it! Now we need to make sure Congress stands strong against the pressure Comcast and other cable giants are sure to put on them.…Read More

Net Neutrality wins

Boing Boing
In a 3 to 2 party-line vote, the FCC decided today that broadband internet access will be be classified as a "telecommunications service under Title II," a utility akin to telephone service. The ruling enshrines major aspects of net neutrality, the principle that favors an "open internet" and which limits what service providers can do to control…Read More