Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Tell Congress We Need #NetLawNow!

February 24, 2015

Tweet Bad Choices Can Make Today’s Internet Tomorrow’s Memory.   Here’s what is happening right now to your Internet:  On Thursday, February 26, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the government’s independent agency that oversees the media and telecommunications industries, is about to deliver a groundbreaking decision that will affect your Internet. Consumers need to speak up because the […]

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Time to Pursue Congressional Action to Ensure an Open Internet

February 24, 2015

Tweet This week, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote to end one of the most contested telecommunications debates in recent history – the future of the Internet.  Or at least, that is what the FCC thinks.  Already challenged by two Commissioners and members of Congress, the open Internet vote is under scrutiny amidst calls […]

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Why You Should Care About the Digital Divide

February 24, 2015

Tweet The Internet is just a few decades old, but today it is vital to the success of virtually every American. Yet millions of Americans – particularly people of color – are missing out on the many opportunities afforded by broadband (high speed) Internet access. Our struggle began as one for civil and human rights, […]

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DEs Still Can’t Wait: Reform of the Designated Entity Program is the Next Step in Fostering Diversity in Spectrum Ownership

February 24, 2015

Tweet Last week, the Multicultural Media, Telecom and Internet Council (MMTC), along with the DE Opportunity Coalition, a group comprised of 16 national organizations and individuals, filed joint comments to support increased competition in the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) spectrum auction process. The timing for this filing was impeccable as the Commission prepares to launch […]

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