Global Net Neutrality Coalition


The Electronic Frontier Foundation has teamed up with organizations around the world to fight for net neutrality everywhere, because this isn't an issue that just affects Americans. You can help by finding a group in your country and joining in.

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Cheap dates: the pitiful sums that Big Cable used to buy off the politicians who oversee it


Even when you factor in dark money, Super PACs and the rest of it, politicians are willing to sell out the nervous system of the 21st century to the worst companies in America for less than $100K.

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Party at the FCC -- or throw your own hometown Net Neutrality bash!


Evan from Battle for the Net sez, "We're throwing a kickin' dance party to celebrate the power of the open web -- right on the FCC's doorstep, to keep the pressure on FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler so he knows we want real net neutrality without delay!"

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ISPs caught sabotaging their customers' email encryption


Ever since 2013, when the Electronic Frontier Foundation started shaming email providers that did not encrypt their customers' email, more and more mail providers have turned on STARTTLS, which protects email in transit from snooping, without requiring users to take any additional steps.

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The Oatmeal to Ted Cruz: Net Neutrality is not Obamacare


It's very well said, but the amazing thing is that it needed to be said at all.

Net Neutrality activists blockade FCC Chairman Wheeler's house


They showed up at 6:55am outside cable-lobbyist-turned-dingo-babysitter Tom Wheeler's house and blocked the end of his driveway with a banner reading "SAVE THE INTERNET!"

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Symbolic FCC/Net Neutrality square-wheeled longboard

Andreas made this square-wheeled longboard featuring FCC chairman (and former cable lobbyist) Tom Wheeler, to symbolize the plan the FCC and Big Telco have for the future of our Internet.

Obama tells the FCC to class the Internet (including mobile!) as a "utility"

It's a surprise move in the net neutrality debate, coming on the heels of a sellout proposal from cable-lobbyist-turned-cable-regulator Chairman Tom Wheeler that would have let the carriers continue to screw Americans out of access to the services they want to use if those services hadn't paid large-enough bribes for "premium carriage."

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New Net Neutrality tool connects you directly to the phone of senior White House staffers

Did Obama Break the Net? -- from the good people at Demand Progress and Fight for the Future.

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EMERGENCY! Protest FCC sellout on net neutrality across the USA!


Evan from Fight for the Future writes, "Internet users! It's time to get angry and get active. The FCC just leaked their net neutrality proposal -- and it's TERRIBLE. After nearly 4 million people spoke out demanding strong net neutrality rules against Cable company censorship, throttling, and discrimination, the FCC is pushing rules that would explicitly open the door for that kind of abuse."

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URGENT: Call the FCC every day from now until they make their decision on net neutrality


Evan from Fight for the Future writes, "Hey Internet, this is it. We are going to win or lose the fight for net neutrality and online free speech in the next few weeks. Cable companies have money to send armies of lobbyists to whisper in the FCC's ear. We don't have that, but we have you!"

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Verizon's new big budget tech-news site prohibits reporting on NSA spying or net neutrality


They're positioning the new site "Sugar String" as a well-funded competitor to Wired, but reporters are not allowed to mention NSA spying (in which Verizon was an enthusiastic partner) or net neutrality (which Verizon has devoted itself to killing, with campaigns of overt lobbying and covert dirty tricks).

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Thousands of Americans got sub-broadband ISP service, thanks to telcoms shenanigans


Measurement Lab, an open, independent analysis organization devoted to measuring the quality of Internet connections and detecting censorship, technical faults and network neutrality violations, has released a major new report on how ISPs connect to one another, and it's not pretty.

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Consumer groups tell DoJ to block Comcast/Time Warner merger

If it goes through, Comcast will control an unimaginable swath of American Internet access -- that's a hell of a lot of power to give the Worst Company in America.

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Giant net-neutrality videoboard at FCC's front doors wants YOUR videos


Evan from Fight for the Future writes, "Fight for the Future and Namecheap just parked a truck directly across the street from the FCC with a huge video billboard mounted on top facing the agency's main entrance; we're playing net neutrality videos all day today and tomorrow."

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