Sadly, the Donald Trump’s administration continues to stack the deck against the middle class as he scrapped Obama-Era Net Neutrality.
Indivisible Houston once again endured a cold rainy day for a protest on another Trump administration attack. This time, Net Neutrality.
There are many ways to skin a cat. The attack on Net Neutrality may awaken Americans to take control of more than the internet in the long run.
The head of the FCC will unveil plans to reverse the landmark 2015 net neutrality order which forbids carriers from blocking or slowing web content.
The Trump administration has officially launched its attack on Net Neutrality — if it succeeds, the internet as we know it will be gone for good.
Fox News is now misleading its viewers about the FCC new rules that ensures the Internet is open to all. It’s using the same Obamacare scare tactics.
With this move the President is effecting a paradigm shift. He is unshackling us all from a type of slavery to the traditional mainstream media.
Politics Done Right: Mon-Fri 3-4PM CentralChat – Join We must demand equal access to the Internet The traditional news media have been a sham for some time now. Many have been warning for some time now that inasmuch as the news media and other outlets are controlled by the American Plutocracy, the average American citizen […]
Politics Done Right: Mon-Fri 3-4PM CentralChat – Join Net Neutrality At Risk. This week Net Neutrality was once again placed on notice. The door is being opened to a privileged network. Those with money may be afforded the ability to smooth speedy access while those without, marginality. The Internet is an integral part of American […]
Politics Done Right: Mon-Fri 3-4PM CentralChat – Join by Egberto Willies and Keyan Bliss (Originally Published at Common Dreams) Three weeks after Christmas, the American judiciary gave telecommunications corporations a huge present. On January 14 a federal appeals court decided to weaken the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Internet Neutrality policy by striking down the rules […]