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A Progressive Media Group Demanded Censorship of Trump's Coronavirus Press Briefings. The FCC Said No.
The group's petition "would dangerously curtail the freedom of the press embodied in the First Amendment."
Deregulation didn't end the internet as we know it.
Preliminary FCC report claims the number of Americans with high-speed connections grew by 20 percent in 2017.
One year after Net Neutrality, connection speed is up, the discrimination critics feared is non-existent, and the debate about Internet regulation is abysmal.
They say it's to protect free speech.
The company that brought you that wince-inducing "fake news" promo is not a "monopoly," and cracking down on it will not defend the free press.
No, the government shouldn't nationalize our mobile infrastructure.
New rules would require internet providers to be transparent about their services.
Friday A/V Club: Pirate radio, then and now
This is not the sort of "consolidation wave" to worry about.