BREAKING: FCC votes to kill Net Neutrality (for now)

Jay Owen Global Citizen, Wealth of Networks

Just moments ago, the Federal Communications Commission voted to consider adopting rules that would end Net Neutrality and give the 1% a fast lane on the internet. They did it in spite of a wave of public outrage towards the idea of a two-tiered internet: In addition to more than …

Jay Owen Wealth of Networks

  News of the movement for April 11, 2013     National Conference for Media Reform Taking on Murdoch, SOPA and the FCC From the digital divide to media consolidation to Net Neutrality, Craig Aaron, president and CEO of Free Press, is on the front lines of media reform. BillMoyers.com …

SOPA and PIPA Dead — for Now

kristy Wealth of Networks

News of the movement for January 20, 2012 Save the Internet SOPA and PIPA Dead — for Now House and Senate leaders have abandoned plans to move on SOPA and PIPA — the surest sign yet that a wave of online protests have killed the controversial anti-piracy legislation for now …

SOPA on Life Support After Web Protests, White House and GOP Rebellion

Ethical Markets Wealth of Networks

Save the Internet SOPA on Life Support After Web Protests, White House and GOP Rebellion Controversial anti-piracy legislation, already on life support in the House, is now in serious doubt in the Senate, where the confluence of a Republican rump rebellion, White House concerns and a blackout by Wikipedia, Mozilla …