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SOPA, PIPA, CISPA, ACTA, TPP, ITU, CISPA again, TAFTA. We won them all. In 2015 Net Neutrality, for free access to our Internets. The FCC just signalled the death knell for that hard-won fight. We need to have a serious conversation and fight this, and time is short. Let's have that conversation.
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f Net Neutrality Dies, Comcast Can Just Block A Protest Site Instead Of Sending A Bogus Cease-And-Desist
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GOP Busted Using Cable Lobbyist Net Neutrality Talking Points: email from GOP leadership... included a "toolkit" (pdf) of misleading or outright false talking points that, among other things, attempted to portray net neutrality as "anti-consumer."
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Comcast is using customers' personal info, feeding it into a program, and filing anti-Net Neutrality petitions on behalf of you to the FCC.
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Dead People Are Posting Anti-Net Neutrality Comments to the FCC Website
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UK Government Using Manchester Attacks As An Excuse To Kill Encryption
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In the final days before Donald Trump's election, Barack Obama's team secretly disclosed years of illegal NSA searches spying on Americans, according to once top-secret documents
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Declassified memos show FBI illegally shared spy data on Americans with private parties
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Identity theft victims ask FCC to clean up fake anti-net neutrality comments
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