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NHMC 23m
Years from now, when your children are reading their history books in class, will be listed as one of the most important social justice issue of our time. Where do you stand in all of this? What have you done?
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Raja Krishnamoorthi Oct 11
The debate about should be about the rights of the public, not big telecom companies. Protecting a free internet only helps one. I’m choosing my constituents, and the rest of Congress should too.
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Robert Maguire 23m
After removing all duplicate and fake comments filed with the Federal Communications Commission last year, a Stanford researcher has found that 99.7 percent of public comments—about 800,000 in all—were pro-
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(((Rep. Nadler))) Oct 11
Restoring is about preserving freedom of speech and boosting economic opportunities. People across the country are joining forces to fight for the free and open internet. I will continue to support and hope all of my colleagues in Congress will join.
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Fight for the Future 2h
BREAKING: New study from Stanford University shows that nearly 100% of the unique comments submitted to the FCC were OPPOSED to 's reckless repeal of . Congress needs to do their jobs and reverse this illegitimate repeal
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Ro Khanna 23h
here have been massive breaches of people’s privacy over the past year but Congress has taken no action. We need an Internet Bill of Rights that guarantees , protects consumers and gives them full control and transparency over their data.
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Karl Bode Oct 12
Replying to @KarlBode
The FCC ignored science and data, the majority of Americans, gutted meaningful consumer protections, lied CONSTANTLY, and yet most mainstream press coverage of informs the reader of NONE of this. Is your job to get to the truth or isn't it?
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Jessica Rosenworcel 2h
When you filter out fraud, bots and fake filings, 99.7% of unique comments at the favored . But the rolled back the rules anyway. Washington is not listening to the American public. It’s not right—and we need to keep up the fight.
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Jennifer Schoewe 1h
*Time check* It has been: -308 days since was repealed. -297 days since the historic Tax Reforms were passed. -9 days since Justice Brett Kavanaugh was voted through. And yet: we are (miraculously) still alive. Leftist tears are overflowing. And I am thriving.
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RedVEVO 46m
Happy to see this as the first update on in a bit We already knew Ajit Pai was trying to cover up comments made against his "reckless repeal" and now we know that they most likely knew about these comments and that NEARLY 100% of them were against the repeal
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Troyslaw 2h
Does this have anything to do with that you couldnt wait to pass- Since you read the I know you saw Firefighters lose their lives as you allowed corporate $ to regulate data speed @ worst fire in CA History- plus $20K you paid illegal
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Chihoowa' oshi' 1h
Replying to @mmfa
You people didn't even bother to watch the videos? Don't you people have the internet? Oh yeah, destroyed it. My bad.
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ls /blog 黑客 2h
Today in work someone asked me what was after I brought it up in conversation. Seriously? Are you really — ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ —
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Fight for the Future 38m
STATEMENT: New study shows nearly all unique FCC comments opposed the agency’s repeal:
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Shawn Jackson 4h
Really going to enjoy voting against this November seeming he puts the needs of big business (i.e. Telcom Companies) over the rights and freedoms of individuals.
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Sapphire Knight 2h
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Andrew Hager 36m
Replying to @fightfortheftr
TAKE NO PRISONERS!!!!
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Ars Technica 9h
Last week, the FCC headed to court to defend its appeal
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CAA Capital LLC 29m
Give a corporation an inch on regulations they will take it no surprise ISPs are throttling after .
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Nathan Taft 3h
Replying to @RepMimiWalters
Don't forget working to destroy —you did that too. Take credit!
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