Activists Push Hill on Net Neutrality Rollback
June 26, 2018
Net neutrality activists were preparing to take to Capitol Hill Tuesday (June 26) to try and convince, or pressure, legislators to support an effort to nullify the FCC's net neutrality reg rollback, which took effect June 11.
The latest "day of advocacy"--there have been other net neutrality activist action days--is backed by, among others, Consumer Reports, Demand Progress, Public Knowledge, Free Press, Fight for the Future, and the National Hispanic Media Coalition.
Read more at: https://www.broadcastingcable.com/news/activists-push-hill-on-net-neutrality-rollback
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