Cities must wait for the FCC’s final ruling and a likely court fight before they’ll know if they can expand public Internet service. Continue reading
- February 27, 2015
February 26 arrived and as expected, the FCC voted for a free and open Internet. But there may still be a long way to go. Continue reading
- February 25, 2015 | Updated February 26, 2015
Publicly owned broadband lets local communities from Iowa to Louisiana control a vital economic resource — rather than leaving it in the hands of a few monopolistic corporations. Continue reading
- February 25, 2015The waiting's nearly over. February 26 is the day the FCC takes a stand on an Open Internet for all.
- November 13, 2014
Obama recognizes that millions of Americans are up in arms about high speed internet access, and getting this issue right might shape his legacy. Continue reading