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Gateway Pundit Catches Rep Eshoo, Senator Markey, Former FCC Chairman Wheeler Pushing Anti-American “Net Neutrality”

The Gateway Pundit recently took part in a phone conference where Congresswoman Anna G. Eshoo (D-CA), U.S. Senator Ed Markey (D-MA) and former Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler attempted to sway reporters on their anti-American and anti-innovation “Net Neutrality” policies. Show More Summary

What Will an Internet Without Net Neutrality Be Like?

Net neutrality is on life support now in the United States, with less than one week until the Federal Communications Commission is set to vote on Chairman Ajit Pai’s proposal to pull the plug on the open internet protections. If allShow More Summary

Trump jokes, Verizon shilling and the end of the Internet: Ajit Pai roasts himself at event

Before the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission made fun of himself, his critics and the telecom industry at an annual Washington dinner, net neutrality activists protested nearby

Net neutrality fans speak up as FCC set to strike down rules

NEW YORK (AP) — Net neutrality is a simple concept but a dense and often technical issue normally discussed in tech and telecom circles. Now it's hit the mainstream. Next week, the Federal Communications Commission plans to vote on gutting...Show More Summary

FCC Chairman Rushing to Crush Net Neutrality Complained in 2014 About Rushed Process to Enshrine It

If all goes according to plan for Ajit Pai, the Trump-appointed chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, network neutrality will be officially undone by the end of next week. The FCC is scheduled vote on Dec. 14, and the Republican...Show More Summary

The FCC’s net neutrality plan may have even bigger ramifications in light of this obscure court case

4 days agoTechnology : Post Tech

The plan by the Federal Communications Commission to eliminate its net neutrality rules next week is expected to hand a major victory to Internet service providers. But any day now, a federal court is expected to weigh in on a case that could dramatically expand the scope of that deregulation — potentially giving the industry an […]

Net Neutrality Fight Likely to Move to Courts, Congress

Library groups expressed disappointment following the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) release of a draft version of the Restoring Internet Freedom Order on November 21. The order is expected to be approved on December 14 via party-line vote by the FCC’s five-person board. Lawsuits to block the order are likely to follow.

Was Your Identity Stolen to Help Repeal Net Neutrality?

It’s no secret that something went awry during the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality public comment period earlier this year. It was intended to let Americans weigh in on whether the FCC should repeal the 2015 rules that protect net neutrality, and more than 20 million comments were submitted online. Show More Summary

FCC Chairman Blasts Twitter for Censoring Tweets from Pro-Life Groups

The Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission has excoriated the social media platform Twitter for censoring pro-life posts and other social conservative viewpoints. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai says that Twitter is employing a “double standard” in blocking conservative content while leaving liberal messaging untouched. Show More Summary

Senators urge FCC to delay net neutrality vote over fake comments

Twenty-eight senators including Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Corey Booker signed a letter urging Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai to delay the upcoming net neutrality vote. SEE ALSO: Alyssa Milano's fightShow More Summary

NY attorney general asks for net neutrality vote to be put off

6 days agoNews : The Raw Story

New York’s attorney general urged the Federal Communications Commission to delay a vote rolling back net neutrality rules because of the large number of fake comments submitted to the agency on the issue. The FCC is expected to vote on Feb. 14 on Chairman Ajit Pai’s plan to scrap the...

Net neutrality protests, coming to a Verizon store near you this Thursday

The Federal Communications Commission is on the verge of a historic vote to gut net neutrality rules and potentially ruin our internet. Unlike legislative votes in Congress, concerned citizens don't have a local senator to complain to,...Show More Summary

Ajit Pai’s focus on celebrity criticism is a smokescreen

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai has been attempting to push the idea of net neutrality as much ado about nothing, a riot whipped up by Hollywood celebrities who disregard facts to make their point. Not only is he wrong, he’s responding to them so he doesn’t have to respond to everyone else. Show More Summary

FCC commissioner, New York attorney general call for delay of net neutrality vote over fake comments

6 days agoTechnology : Post Tech

The Federal Communications Commission is expected later this month to repeal landmark regulations that aim to ensure that all websites, large and small, are treated equally by Internet service providers. But the attorney general of New York and a Democratic commissioner at the FCC say the agency should delay the crucial vote on net neutrality. They are […]

Net Neutrality: The Media Lies – Then Polls on the Results of Their Lies

A couple of week’s ago, the Donald Trump Administration’s Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced they on December 14 would be rightly, reasonably undoing the Barack Obama Administration FCC’s ridiculous, regressive Internet power grab. Show More Summary

Reddit dedicates homepage to net neutrality ahead of looming destruction

Reddit users have been quite outspoken about their outrage over the Federal Communications Commission's plan to upend net neutrality.  SEE ALSO: Alyssa Milano vs. Ajit Pai is the net neutrality fight we need right now On Friday, theShow More Summary

Man Charged With Threatening to Kill Congressman and His Family Over Net Neutrality

A 28-year-old man in Syracuse, New York, named Patrick Angelo faces criminal charges for threatening Rep. John Katko and his family over the Federal Communications Commission’s proposed repeal of the network neutrality rules. If found guilty, Angelo could spend up to 10 years in prison and be fined up to $250,000. Show More Summary

Alyssa Milano vs. Ajit Pai is the net neutrality fight we need right now

A quiet resignation has begun to set in among net neutrality proponents as Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai marches forward with his plan. But Alyssa Milano is having none of it. The actress and advocate has emerged as one of the loudest and most aggressive voices in support of net neutrality. Show More Summary

A net neutrality supporter allegedly threatened to kill a congressman and his family if he didn't back the internet rules

A supporter of net neutrality allegedly threatened to kill a New York congressman and his family if he didn't back the rules. The death threat comes as the Federal Communications Commission is preparing to overturn its broadly popular...Show More Summary

The FCC’s net neutrality comments are completely broken

During the public advisory period on its plans to gut net neutrality, the Federal Communications Commission received around 23 million comments from concerned citizens, trolls, and apparently a bunch of bots. The FCC has already dismissed...Show More Summary

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