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˗ˏˋ fejeranheit ˎˊ˗ Aug 11
I AINT SAYIN WE SHOULD SAY SHIT, BUT WE SHOULD SAY SHIT
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ACLU Aug 17
Through its rule, the Obama administration chose to protect the online free speech interests of the American people over those of internet service providers. Kavanaugh took the opposite position.
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Fight for the Future Aug 17
We are not going to stop fighting until we get Congress to overrule the FCC and restore so we can wipe this arrogant smirk off Ajit Pai's face. Want to help? Chip in:
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Jay Banda Aug 13
Hold up ! Why Am I being taxed for using my data under the pretext of safeguarding telecommunications operators? No no no! Citizens, rise up and call out this sham , or soon you will be taxed for sending emails and watching YouTube !
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Ro Khanna Aug 17
We can’t let monopolistic ISPs use their lobbyist money and misinformation campaigns to threaten the most democratic communications system ever invented. The internet belongs to all of us, not big telecom. We have to save .
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Progressive Caucus Aug 9
Big ISPs pushed to end because it means they can profit by charging sites not to get stuck in an internet slow lane. When sites & apps have to pay more, those fees get passed straight to INTERNET USERS. We must fight to keep the internet open & free for everyone!
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Scott Wiener Aug 16
Our bill to adopt in CA () took another step forward, w 2/3 Assembly vote to allow it to be heard in committee. Assembly Communications & Conveyance Committee likely will hear the bill next wk. If all goes well, the bill will then be voted on by full Assembly
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Anonymous 🍀 Aug 12
Facebook has applied for patents to: predict your death, track your location continuously, know when you deviate from routine, bug your electrical sockets, and fingerprint your camera.
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Heritage Foundation Aug 16
Since the repeal of U.S. internet speed has gone from 12th to 6th fastest in the world.
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Fight for the Future Aug 13
Stay tuned—FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, who led the wildly unpopular effort to repeal , will have to answer to a Senate oversight committee THIS Thursday about why his agency LIED to Congress (a federal crime).
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EFF Aug 16
Several times during the FCC testimony today it was claimed that the repeal of protections hadn't immediately destroyed the Internet. But that's no metric of danger.
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CETPA Aug 16
SB822 UPDATE! This motion required a 2/3 vote (54 yes votes) by the entire body, and it passed with 55 votes. This is good news, as it signals that Assembly Democrats are, at the very least, okay with the bill moving forward. (2/3)
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Scott Wiener Aug 9
Replying to @CALinnovates
For the record: When strong rules are in place, data plans become cheaper for consumers. In addition, when federal net neutrality rules were in place, telecom & cable companies prospered & were rolling in cash. ’ claims are simply specious.
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Fight for the Future Aug 16
Replying to @fightfortheftr
STATEMENT: FCC Chair Ajit Pai should resign immediately. Under his leadership, the agency lied to Congress and, due to their incompetencies, prevented millions of Internet users from commenting on Pai's then plan to repeal , stifling dissent:
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Jessica J. González Aug 15
Internet, you know you better, watch out. ISPS, ISPs are only, about, your $, your $, not . - tell them to sign the discharge petition so they can vote for the CRA & save .
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Lee Garvey Aug 16
As a small business, we rely on the open Internet to grow my company and reach customers online. That’s why I’m asking to sign the CRA discharge petition to restore .
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Dr. Caroline Madden 14h
And this guy got to vote on . 🙄
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Fight for the Future Aug 14
Big Cable: these state level bills are an exercise in futility because of FCC pre-emption Also Big Cable: we are spending millions to try to kill and other state level open Internet protections, because we are not at all sure we will win in court
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Congressman Tim Ryan Aug 16
No rules means no open market. Without it, ISPs can relegate small businesses to slow lanes and charge them exorbitant fees to reach customers. I support to protect competition for small businesses and choices for their customers.
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Substratum Aug 11
The new 0.3.4 is available now on the web-site at: On our way to a free & open internet free of . Give it a shot and let us know what you think!
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