|Columnists Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | ISP corporations are trying to control the internet, to restrict the free flow of information, to restore their historical role of for-profit arbiter of what we can and cannot read, watch or hear.|
|Columnists Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | When Donald Trump ousted FBI Director James Comey, it was more than just another of his shocking executive actions. Decades of progressive policy achievements are being quietly undone.|
|Blog Meghan Sali | Our own Meghan Sali is headed to Washington, D.C. to tell Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiators what Internet users think about rules for sharing and collaborating online.|
|Blog Chris Malmo | Big Telecom have unleashed swarms of lobbyists in Washington, D.C. after the expiry of a key FCC comment deadline on Net Neutrality.|
|Blog Steve Anderson, David Christopher | A battle to save net neutrality is brewing in the United States with implications for the global Internet|
|Columnists Amy Goodman | Next Wednesday, Sept. 10, if your favourite website seems to load slowly, take a closer look: You might be experiencing the Battle for the Net's "Internet Slowdown," a global day of grassroots action.|
|Blog Josh Tabish | Public outcry over Big Telecom's plan to force everyone into an Internet slow lane has crashed the FCC’s website. In response to the FCC's website fail, the OpenMedia team hand-delivered your voices.|
|Blog Josh Tabish | What do websites devoted to frat-boy humour, handmade and vintage clothes, and saving the environment all have in common? They're passionate about net neutrality.|
Big Telecom wanted to force your favourite websites into the slow lane. Here's what the Internet had to say about that.Josh Tabish | The FCC has changed their proposal for the future of the Internet from one that only considered the creation of an Internet slow lane, to one that considers a free and open online highway.
|Columnists Amy Goodman | The largest Internet service providers in the U.S. are joining forces to kill net neutrality. Millions of citizens, along with thousands of organizations, companies and investors, are trying save it.|
Will Big Telecom succeed in this desperate last-ditch effort to force through an Internet slow lane?Josh Tabish | Our impact is being felt: U.S. Big Telecom are running scared with a last-ditch effort to force the Internet slow lane.
|Blog Eva Prkachin | The FCC is holding a meeting that could allow Big Telecom to impose expensive new fees on smaller websites, effectively creating an Internet slow lane for everyone except deep-pocket conglomerates.|
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