Judge rules for California in net neutrality challenge, will allow state to enforce net neutrality law
California District Judge Mendez has ruled in American Cable Association v. Becerra that he would not prevent the state from enforcing its net neutrality law (SB 822) in large part because plaintiff internet service providers (ISPs) are unlikely to succeed in their challenge.
U.S. ruling on Net Neutrality means that states have to step up for a free and open internet
The court setback for federal rules on Net Neutrality won’t stop the states from defending the free and open internet.
Didn’t get the memo on Net Neutrality in the U.S.? Here you go.
Your guide to what’s happening in the U.S. battle to save Net Neutrality, the principles that keep the internet open and free.
Your holiday catch-up reading: key digital rights conversations in the U.S.
Haven’t had time to dive into U.S. policy that matters for digital rights? We’ve got you covered.
Net Neutrality matters for human rights across the globe
No matter where you live, Net Neutrality is essential for free expression. Here’s a global tour of “hot spots” in the movement to keep the internet open and free.
The internet as we know it is at risk
Today is the internet-wide day of action to save Net Neutrality! Can we count on you to join?
Access Now: Chairman Pai’s plan is a U-turn for the internet
In the U.S. and around the world, Net Neutrality is essential for a free and open internet. So why is the U.S. going backwards?
Access Now condemns U.S. Senate measure to gut internet privacy
A measure to roll back broadband privacy rules put corporations ahead of consumers. Lawmakers must reject it.