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Is the Net Neutrality verdict the final nail in the coffin of the Internet as we know it?

Yesterday the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals  issued its decision striking down the FCC’s network neutrality rule. According to Slate, “This is the second time in four years that this court struck down the FCC’s attempt to adopt a network neutrality rule. It is now legal for AT&T or Verizon to block Slate, your blog, […]

Josh Levy of Free Press on Internet Freedom and the End of the Internet As We Know It

Josh Levy is Internet Campaign Director at Free Press, a US nonprofit media advocacy organization based in North Hampton, Massachusetts and Washington, D.C. Free Press focuses on bringing the public to weigh in on policy discussions on the future of our media system and technology, specifically the Internet. They focus on both grassroots mobilization and […]