Tag Archive for Free Press

Net Neutrality: What You Need to Know

We’ve written quite recently about FCC Chair Ajit Pai’s plan to dismantle Net Neutrality principles and end the open internet as we know it, a tremendously valuable potential gift to Pai’s former employer, Verizon, and other wireless, telecom, and cable corporations. Below is a backgrounder on Net Neutrality from Free Press. Support for Net Neutrality…

FCC Chair Ajit Pai Aims to Help Corporations in Need

Pai’s Anti-Net Neutrality Agenda a War on the Public Commons Benefiting Corporate Telecom and Cable Giants If there were ever any doubt about who would benefit most from the rise of FCC commissioner Ajit Pai to the chairmanship of that Trump administration agency, Pai has moved quickly to clarify the issue – corporate giants such as…

Telecom Industry Still Trying to Kill Net Neutrality

From FreePress.net: Big Phone and Cable’s Summer Hack-a-thon September 3, 2015 In the last few weeks at least five anti-Net Neutrality Op-Eds have appeared in newspapers around the country. These pieces strike suspiciously familiar notes — and in some cases use identical language. All of this begs the obvious question: Did the phone and cable…