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It's hard to be on the cover of The Boston Globe these days if you are not snow. But we did it!

Outsider group from Massachusetts helped shift the net neutrality fight - The Boston Globe
WORCESTER – From a stuffy attic in this former industrial city, Tiffiniy Cheng and her friends hatched plans to save the Internet. Fight for the Future, the name they later bestowed on their group of 30-something idealists, stirred an online advocacy movement that swayed President Obama, influenced the Federal Communications Commission, and…Read More
This is huge. It's what we've worked so hard for. We're almost there!

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler: This Is How We Will Ensure Net Neutrality | WIRED

After more than a decade of debate and a record-setting proceeding that attracted nearly 4 million public comments, the time to settle the Net Neutrality question has arrived. This week, I will circulate to the members of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) proposed new rules to preserve the internet as an open platform for innovation and…Read More
FFTF campaign director Evan Greer published this op-ed in The Hill yesterday with a little reminder for Congress: “You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.”

Congress: You can’t fool the public on net neutrality

There’s this quote from Abraham Lincoln: “You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.”  It popped into my head last week, when the House and Senate held a two-ring circus on the subject of net neutrality. Net neutrality is a basic underlying…Read More
Really important article in the Washington Post today on how U.S. net neutrality is turning into an international human rights fight. "Anything less that an outright ban on all forms of paid prioritization -- which are fees that allow the providers of some online content, such as Netflix, to have their digital content treated better by internet…Read More

How U.S. net neutrality could be an international human rights fight

Washington Post
Two human rights professors at the George Washington University Law School have come up with that rarest of unicorns in the debate over net neutrality: a novel argument. The Federal Communications Commission, is in the last stages of coming up with rules aimed at ensuring that all online content is treated equally by internet providers. But the GW…Read More
Major telecommunications giants like Comcast and TimeWarner are not too happy about Obama support of net neutrality. They don't want to share the internet, they want to control it.

Cable companies 'stunned' by Obama's 'extreme' net neutrality proposals

the Guardian
America’s major telecoms and cable companies and business groups came out fighting on Monday after Barack Obama called for tough new regulations for broadband that would protect net neutrality, saying they were “stunned” by the president’s proposals. The president called for new regulations to protect “net neutrality” – the principle that all…Read More
Big news: President Obama agrees with us! Monday the President came out in support of strong and full net neutrality by asking the FCC to reclassify internet service under Title II. Now we need to hold him to his words! The internet has "no gatekeepers" and "no toll roads". Share if you a agree!
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