Tag: Federal Communications Commission
Democrat senator calls Trump’s FCC pick ‘deeply dangerous’
Coronavirus crisis threatens internet opportunity for Native Americans
Access Now and partners defend Maine broadband privacy law
Access Now and partners file amicus brief in internet service providers’ challenge to Maine broadband privacy statute.
The HEROES Act will help bring millions of disconnected people back online in the U.S.
Access Now applauds the U.S. House of Representatives’s introduction of the HEROES Act, COVID-19 relief that would help bring millions of disconnected people back online.
Demand U.S. FCC & Congress expand broadband and Lifeline access during COVID-19 crisis
Join us in demanding that FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and Congressional leadership expand internet and phone access for those who need it most.
U.S. Senate ignores the disconnected in COVID-19 response bill
Access Now calls out the U.S. Senate for ignoring the disconnected in its COVID-19 response bill, which includes almost no funding to improve broadband internet access or affordability.
In response to COVID-19, Access Now calls for robust data protection and increased Lifeline support in the U.S.
Access Now calls on U.S. authorities to uphold data protection safeguards and extend affordable internet access during pandemic.
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.
The world responds to the U.S. FCC vote against Net Neutrality
Repeal is an attack on human rights in the U.S. and around the world.
Access Now and EU orgs tell FCC: strengthen, don’t kill, Net Neutrality regs
Here’s why we need to keep Title II protections for Net Neutrality in the U.S. — and build on them.