woman speaking with caption 'so I called and bluff canceling' (l) XFinity sign on building (c) woman speaking with caption 'they brought it down to 40' (r)

‘My promotion deal for Xfinity expired, and I went from paying $60 a month to paying $90 a month’: Tenant hack gets $10 Wi-Fi bill

‘Now this is girl math.’

On Aug 23, 2023 by Kahron Spearman

person with caption 'I was just sent a JD from a recruiter and they accidentally left the notes from calls with other candidates on there. There are six people on there and some of the notes are super judgmental and irrelevant to the role. I have found everyone on LinkedIn, do I message them and tell them or stay out of it?' (l) job recruiter taking notes (c) person with caption 'I was just sent a JD from a recruiter and they accidentally left the notes from calls with other candidates on there. There are six people on there and some of the notes are super judgmental and irrelevant to the role. I have found everyone on LinkedIn, do I message them and tell them or stay out of it?' (r)

‘Some of the notes are super judgmental’: Woman says recruiter accidentally sent her a job description with notes about other candidates

‘The candidates deserve to know.’

On Mar 12, 2023 by Phil West

Ed Markey (l) Gigi Sohn (c) Joe Biden (r)

Democrats are promising a new effort to restore net neutrality—it’s doomed to fail

For internet freedom, the road back is longer than ever.

On Jul 19, 2022 by Jacob Seitz

Net neutrality supporters protesting and holding signs that say 'content blocked.'

Vermont, ISPs agree to halt net neutrality lawsuit again

The lawsuit will be on hold as California continues to defend its net neutrality law.

On May 4, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich

A gavel resting on a laptop's keyboard.

New York wants broadband to be accessible for all—cable companies would rather sue than provide it

In response, New York’s governor said ‘bring it on.’

On May 3, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich

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Tech newsletter: Republicans are already waging war on net neutrality

Here is a look at tech and politics news from the last week.

On Apr 20, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich

Rep. Cathy McMorris-Rodgers next to a letter sent by House Republicans to Acting FCC Chair Jessica Rosenworcel arguing against restoring net neutrality rules.

House Republicans revive old talking points to kick off new opposition to net neutrality

Get ready for more arguments like this.

On Apr 19, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich

Joe Biden at a podium next to a screenshot of BattlefortheNet.com's petition urging Biden to fill out the FCC with a commissioner without telecom ties.

Over 100,000 people petition Biden to pick FCC commissioner without telecom ties

Biden continues to face pressure to fill out the agency.

On Apr 8, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg staring off to the left.

Zuckerberg’s call for Section 230 changes mirrors ‘EARN IT’ Act

Zuckerberg’s proposal sounds familiar.

On Mar 24, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich

Hands typing on a laptop keyboard.

Mozilla, Reddit join forces to urge FCC to reinstate net neutrality

The companies, which have long supported net neutrality, are calling on the FCC to restore the rules.

On Mar 19, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich

Net neutrality supporters protesting.

California’s new net neutrality law forces AT&T to end one of its sketchiest programs

AT&T said it was halting its ‘sponsored data’ programs in the wake of a recent court decision.

On Mar 17, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich

A mouse pointer next to a maze.

California bans sites from making it difficult to opt-out of having personal data sold

The new regulations target dark patterns surrounding opt-outs.

On Mar 16, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich

Advocates have relaunched Battleforthenet.com to pressure Biden to fill out the FCC.

Biden pressured to pick FCC commissioner who doesn’t have telecom ties

Battle for the Net has long been a hub for supporting net neutrality.

On Mar 11, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich

James Clyburn and Amy Klobuchar reintroduced the Accessible, Affordable Internet for All Act on Thursday.

Democrats propose $94 billion to close the digital divide

The bill may have a better chance at passing with Democrats in control of Congress.

On Mar 11, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich

U.S. President Joe Biden delivers a foreign policy address

Progressives want Joe Biden to go big for FCC chair. Does Joe Biden?

Biden has a ‘critical opportunity’ pick someone who is a public advocate.

On Feb 24, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich

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