Looks like Eric Trump just made the case for #NetNeutrality on Fox and Friends this morning. Oopsie

Looks like Eric Trump just made the case for Net Neutrality on Fox and Friends this morning. Oopsie Josh Israel writes at ThinkProgress about a Fox and Friends interview today where Donald Trump’s son accidentally made the case for Net Neutrality: Eric Trump reportedly said: “I’d love to see it [the issue of tech giant bias against conservatives] go to the Supreme Court, to tell you the truth,” he said. “They hide under the veil that, ‘well, we’re private companies, we’re private companies.’ But you know what? You’re no longer…

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#NetNeutrality link found in unsealed Michael Cohen raid documents — Of course Big ISP money is involved

Net Neutrality link found in unsealed Michael Cohen raid documents — Of course Big ISP money is involved The Hill reports on a Net Neutrality connection involving Michael Cohen and AT&T, writing: … The documents also note that Cohen’s firm Essential Consultants was paid by AT&T, as has been previously reported, to “consult on political issues” such as net neutrality and the merger between AT&T and Time Warner. … Global News adds a bit more detail: … Among the payments Cohen was believed to have received was $600,000 from AT&T…

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The Democrats leading the Save the Internet Act are pushing for a vote in April, with or without Republicans

The Democrats leading the Save the Internet Act are pushing for a vote in April, with or without Republicans Marguerite Reardon repots at CNET about how Democratic Rep. Mike Doyle of Pennsylvania is pushing the Save the Internet Act forward in Congress: Rep. Mike Doyle, who’s shepherding the Democrats’ bill in the House of Representatives to restore the Obama-era net neutrality protections, says he’s not waiting for Republican support before bringing the proposed legislation to a vote. In an interview with CNET, the Democrat from Pennsylvania, who chairs the House…

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Ajit Pai criticized for failing to take privacy seriously and his “underwhelming” response to carrier mishandling of consumer location data

Ajit Pai criticized for failing to take privacy seriously and his “underwhelming” response to carrier mishandling of consumer location data Howard Feld, Senior Vice President of Public Knowledge, cautions about a Friday FCC vote to make geolocation data more precise, warning that Ajit Pai and the FCC aren’t taking consumer privacy seriously: … Just last week, Motherboard ran a new story on how stalkers, bill collectors, and anyone else who wants highly precise real-time geolocation consumer data from carriers can usually scam it out of them by pretending to be…

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Don’t let lawmakers water down the new #NetNeutrality bill!

Don’t let lawmakers water down the new Net Neutrality bill! Karl Bode reports at Motherboard: Democrats continue to push their new net neutrality bill through Congress, but there’s signs that several members of the party are already eager to water down the proposal. The three-page Save the Internet Act, introduced by Democrats last week, would restore the FCC’s 2015 net neutrality rules via an act of Congress. Those rules prevented giant ISPs like Comcast from throttling or otherwise hindering services they compete with. During Tuesday hearings on the proposal in…

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Watch the “Save the Internet” bill hearing now. This is the one that would restore #NetNeutrality. Here’s the link.

Watch the “Save the Internet” bill hearing now. This is the one that would restore Net Neutrality. Here’s the link. It’s on now! Thanks to Andrew Wyrich of The Daily Dot for the article that allows viewing right at the article here! submitted by /u/LizMcIntyre to r/MarchForNetNeutrality [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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