NRB Shines Light on Online Censorship of Christian, Conservative Speech

National Religious Broadcasters is drawing attention to the censorship of Christian and conservative speech online by tech companies such as Facebook, Twitter, Google and Apple by launching a new initiative, Internet Freedom Watch, the association of Christian communicators announced today (Dec. 7).

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NRB to Announce New Internet Freedom Initiative, Host Panel on Internet Censorship

National Religious Broadcasters will announce a new internet freedom initiative on Thursday, December 7, at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. The event will feature an address by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and a panel, “Internet Freedom: Rights and Responsibilities,” with leading voices on the subject, including Craig Strazzeri with PragerU, a victim of internet censorship; former FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell; and evangelical leader Ralph Reed.

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NRB Welcomes Proposed Return to Light Touch in ‘Restoring Internet Freedom’ Proceeding

National Religious Broadcasters welcomes a proposed resolution to the Federal Communications Commission’s proceeding on “Restoring Internet Freedom” that would roll back the agency’s assumption of heavy-handed new powers over the internet in 2015.

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NRB Files ‘Restoring Internet Freedom’ Proceeding Comments

National Religious Broadcasters today filed comments in the Federal Communications Commission’s proceeding on “Restoring Internet Freedom” and applauded the agency for working to roll back the assumption of “heavy-handed” new powers over the internet in 2015.

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NRB Reiterates Support for Internet Freedom

NRB today reiterated its support for internet freedom and FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s efforts to return to a “light-touch” regulatory environment that honors free speech and free enterprise online.

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NRB Urges Congressional Action to Protect Internet Freedom ‘While There’s Still Time’

National Religious Broadcasters today urged Congress to act immediately to protect internet freedom “while there’s still time.”

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Tech Corporations Push Agenda of Religious ‘Intolerance and Discrimination,’ NRB President Says

In response to reports today that TechNet, a coalition of major technology company senior executives, has urged Capitol Hill leaders to discriminate against religious organizations, National Religious Broadcasters President & CEO Dr. Jerry A. Johnson made the following statement

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NRB Supports ‘Protecting Internet Freedom Act’

The National Religious Broadcasters today announced support for the Protecting Internet Freedom Act, legislation introduced by U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) to defend vital liberty at the heart of the internet.

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‘One-Sided Neutrality’: Facebook Suppression of Conservative News is Part of Censorship Pattern, NRB Says

Revelations that Facebook regularly suppresses conservative news websites from its trending section is just the latest example of a pattern of censorship by the social media behemoth, according Dr. Jerry A. Johnson, President & CEO of National Religious Broadcasters.

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NRB Opposes FCC Internet Decision

Reacting to the vote today by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to impose new heavy-handed regulations on the Internet, Dr. Jerry A. Johnson, President & CEO of NRB, stated

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NRB Board Unanimous Against Internet Power Grab

The National Religious Broadcasters Board of Directors, a body of approximately a hundred key leaders among Christian communicators, yesterday unanimously approved a Resolution opposed to a power grab of the Internet by the Federal Communications Commission. The NRB Board was particularly concerned that free speech values be upheld online.

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NRB Opposes Power Grab of Internet

Dr. Jerry A. Johnson, President & CEO of NRB, spoke out today against the President’s call for increased government control over the Internet.

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Alarming FEC Intentions for Internet Speech

Dr. Jerry A. Johnson, President & CEO of NRB, is alarmed that a Federal Elections Commission (FEC) leader may be opening the door to increased government control over speech on the Internet.

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