• Aug 7, 2017
  • Caleb Chen
  • Governments, Net Neutrality, News,

These are the 11 Representatives and 21 Senators that have stood up to the FCC regarding net neutrality




Last week, the FCC received two letters – one signed by 11 members of Congress and another signed by 21 members of Senate. The first letter was titled simply: “In the Matter of Restoring Internet Freedom” and reminds the FCC what Congress’s thoughts on net neutrality are. The second letter calls for a longer comment … Continue reading “These are the 11 Representatives and 21 Senators that have stood up to the FCC regarding net neutrality”

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  • Mar 28, 2017
  • Caleb Chen
  • Governments, News, Privacy,

House of Representatives votes 215-205 to do away with Broadband Privacy, allow ISPs to sell your private internet history




“The ayes have it.” Broadband Privacy has been dealt a blow in Congress with the recent repeal of online privacy protections by the FCC with a 215-205 vote. Since the online privacy protections were voted in by the FCC in 2016, ISPs and their lobbying organizations have been donating and posturing hard to dismantle Internet privacy and … Continue reading “House of Representatives votes 215-205 to do away with Broadband Privacy, allow ISPs to sell your private internet history”

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  • Mar 27, 2017
  • Caleb Chen
  • Governments, News, Privacy,

Today is Congress’s final vote to get rid of Internet privacy protections on your web browsing history




Internet privacy in America faces a crossroads today on Capitol Hill. S.J. Res 34, the Senate joint resolution to do away with FCC #BroadbandPrivacy rules, passed with a 50-48 vote late last week. Now, all that stands between it and the President’s pen is a vote in the House of Representatives, where it was be speedily pushed through … Continue reading “Today is Congress’s final vote to get rid of Internet privacy protections on your web browsing history”

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