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Hell No, We Won't Go: No Fake Net Neutrality for Racial Justice Advocates

Malkia A. Cyril | Posted 06.28.2014 | Media
Malkia A. Cyril

The Federal Communications Commission insists that its priority as a regulatory agency is to ensure the rights of the largest telecommunications companies to profit where profit can be made. The FCC isn't proposing Network Neutrality, it's legalizing discrimination.

Latino Freedom Is Internet Freedom

Roberto Lovato | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Roberto Lovato

This intimate link between the internet future and the Latino future is inspiring the strengthening of a David-like struggle to defend us all against the serious threat to our rights posed by corporate Goliaths.

The F Word: Success on Net Neutrality

Laura Flanders | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Laura Flanders

In an update on our last show, FCC chair Julius Genachowski says he's now going to go ahead and regulate broadband under the same decades-old rules designed for phone networks.

The Strongest Open Internet Protections Possible: Yes, We Can.

Malkia A. Cyril | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Malkia A. Cyril

The fight for an open Internet requires all members of the civil rights community to have the foresight and clarity to respond effectively to a new generation of media problems and opportunities.

A New Civil Rights Mandate: Champion Open Networks To Close the Digital Divide

Malkia A. Cyril | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Malkia A. Cyril

Why are Telecom companies asking poor communities and communities of color to choose between fair representation and access to high speed Internet networks? Why can't we have both?