Corporate prostitutes strike again. The internet is a public good, it’s time to make it a non profit entity in te hands of the public! #nationalize the internet!
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has voted to repeal its landmark net neutrality protections, capping off a months-long campaign by the agency’s Republicans to deregulate the broadband industry.
Vice President Pence cast the final vote to break a tie. The banking industry had been lobbying hard to roll back the regulation.
I wish the Democrats would focus on the actual vote rigging that took place (primary included) in 2016, instead of war mongering against Russia…
Prior to the 2016 election, Eddie Lee Holloway Jr., a 58-year-old African-American man, moved from Illinois to Wisconsin, which implemented a strict voter-ID law for the first time in 2016.
It takes 10,000,000 part-time dedicated Activists, a majority of votes in the House, a majority of Votes in the Senate and a Signiture of the President of the United States of America.
Churches are forming police forces now? This is what theocracy looks like…
Lawmakers vote 24-4 to let Birmingham church establish a law enforcement department despite critics’ concerns it could be used to cover up crimes
Minnesota Senate votes 58-9 to pass Internet privacy protections in response to repeal of FCC privacy rules | Privacy Online News
Good work in Minnesota! Other States should follow suit
“Once this bill passes in the Minnesota House and is signed into law by Governor Mark Dayton, ISPs will be required to obtain “express written approval from the customer” before collecting customer information from their users. Furthermore, it forbids these ISPs and telecoms from refusing to provide service to someone that refuses to approve the collection of their personal data; which, if the online reaction to the repeal of FCC privacy rules is any show of, is a lot of people. “
In stark contrast to Congress’s recent vote against the Internet privacy rights of American constituents, Minnesota’s state Senators have voted to add broadband privacy protections at the state level. The protections were added in an amendment to S.F. No. 1937, the Minnesota economic development bud…
The GOP is waging a full on war against regulation and science. This bill is ridiculous. On its surface, it pretended to be about disclosure, but it’s not. The EPA doesn’t have to power to release trade secrets or patented information on chemicals or processes it doesn’t own. The only point of this bill is to limit the EPA’s ability to do its job
“The House voted Wednesday to restrict the kind of scientific studies and data that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) can use to justify new regulations.”
The House voted Wednesday to restrict the kind of scientific studies and data that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) can use to justify new regulations.
Senate Republicans have voted to kill Obama-era privacy rules that ban internet service providers from collecting sensitive consumer data like browsing history and app usage data without their customers’ express consent.
The Senate passed a resolution Thursday in a 50-48 party line vote that would dismantle a set of internet privacy rules approved by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) last year.