Last Thursday we joined our friends Free Press, along with the ACLU, CREDO Action, Common Cause, Daily Kos, and MPower Change to deliver over..
1 day ago
India, the largest democracy in the world, just passed some seriously strong net neutrality protections. Meanwhile, the US is not just falling..
India just approved net neutrality rules that ban "any form" of data discrimination
theverge.com India’s Department of Telecommunications has approved net neutrality rules that were proposed last year. They ban blocking, throttling, and zero-rating internet data, with some exceptions.
3 days ago
Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has the scariest views on #netneutrality we have ever encountered…
Trump’s Supreme Court pick: ISPs have 1st Amendment right to block websites
arstechnica.com Net neutrality violates ISPs' right to edit the Internet, judge wrote.
5 days ago
We will know in a few hours who Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court will be. One of the top candidates is a big opponent of net neutrality. Learn..
One of Trump’s Top SCOTUS Contenders Is a Major Net Neutrality Opponent
motherboard.vice.com Judge Brett Kavanaugh argued that the regulations violated the First Amendment rights of ISPs.
6 days ago
The big grey eye-sores in downtown LA, ATL, NYC, DC, SF, Chicago, Dallas, Seattle are where AT&T helps the NSA spy on you.
The NSA’s Hidden Spy Hubs in Eight U.S. Cities
theintercept.com These fortress-like AT&T buildings are central to a secret NSA program that has monitored billions of communications, documents and sources reveal.
2 weeks ago
Amazon’s own employees join over 150,000 activists to demand Amazon stop selling their facial recognition software to law enforcement!
Amazon workers 'refuse' to build tech for US immigration, citing Hitler
independent.co.uk 'IBM’s systems were employed in the 1940s to help Hitler. We will not let that happen again'
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