Press Release: HTTP Disappointed with FCC Vote on Open Internet Rules

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Rosa Mendoza Email: info@httponline.org The Hispanic Technology and Telecommunications Partnership (HTTP) Disappointed with the FCC Vote on Open Internet Rules WASHINGTON, D.C. – February 26, 2015 – The Hispanic Technology and Telecommunications Partnership (HTTP), a coalition of 19 of the...

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HTTP Statement on FCC Vote on Open Internet Rules

The Hispanic Technology and Telecommunications Partnership (HTTP), a coalition of 19 of the largest national Hispanic organizations, strongly supports an open Internet but is disappointed that in pursuit of net neutrality, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) acted to impose an onerous and outdated regulatory regimen,...

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PROPOSED NET NEUTRALITY RULES FAIL DIGITAL SOCIAL JUSTICE

By Martin Chavez, contributor, Republic 3.0 In a disappointing move, Federal Communications Chairman (FCC) Tom Wheeler recently announced his decision to circulate proposed new rules on “net neutrality” that will revive an antiquated regulatory regime from 1934 and dramatically expand the FCC’s regulatory authority over...

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Why can’t some people take ‘yes’ for an answer?

By Martin Chavez Last week, a Congressional subcommittee took testimony on how the federal government should address the issue of “protecting” the Internet moving forward. This is an immediate concern since the FCC is scheduled to vote next month on whether to use antiquated regulations...

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