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EunHa IS DONE ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ #NoBellarkeNoShow Aug 16
Ajit Pai (FCC Chairman) lied to Congress for 6+ months saying the reason a lot of people couldn't comment on the FCC website to save Net Neutrality was due to a DDoS attack....when it wasn't. He was called out today and Republicans in Congress did NOTHING.
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Fight for the Future 6h
AT&T is spending nausea-inducing amounts of money to kill because it's the best damn state level bill in the US. We're taking them on, and we're winning. Chip in to help save the open Internet:
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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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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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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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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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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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EndCitizensUnited 16h
AT&T blocking Facetime Verizon blocking tethering Madison River blocking Vonage Comcast throttling/blocking Bittorrent traffic. All pre-2015. Don't let morons claim that there were "no issues" before came along. This is provably false bullshit.
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Mozilla 5h
We're not giving up the fight to save .
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Scott Wiener 24h
. is an AT&T-funded front group that’s running ads against our bill, . It’s important for people to understand that these ads are AT&T ads. Of course, AT&T has every right in the world to oppose our bill. But transparency is key.
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Bob Mercer's Cat 🙀 Aug 15
Replying to @consumerpal
benefits consumers. Take your paid ad and your ALEC buddies and go privatize something else.
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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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Jamie Foxworthy 39m
It's so interesting how haters of are anti-10th Amendment in this particular debate. They say that states' rights SHOULD NOT apply in this debate. Funny, because in most other debates , they yammer on and on about how states' rights are violated by the feds.
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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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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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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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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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jwinterm Aug 15
Replying to @consumerpal
is attempting to disseminate far-reaching "promoted tweets" that will misinform consumers by spreading propaganda and attempting mitigation of corporate losses. Tell them:
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Carmen Scurato Aug 17
My first time doing karaoke and it’s because I really care about I accepted the challenge from & . Now and tell them to sign the CRA discharge petition. Your turn !
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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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