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Net Neutrality and the Role of Congress

Congressman Mike Coffman, Each generation has their defining inventions. Over the last 20 years, the Internet easily qualifies as this country’s most valuable and stunning success story. But, like most inventions, the Internet has grown far beyond what the early pioneers could have ever imagined it becoming— a limitless tool for business, communications, education, entertainment,

Removing the Heavy Hand of Obama-era Regulation from the Internet

Joseph Klein, FCC set to reverse innovation-killing “net neutrality” order. Market forces have kept the Internet open and innovative since it was first commercialized years ago, without the need for intrusive government regulation. Yet, during the Obama administration, the liberal majority of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) decided to inflict the heavy hand of government

Obama, Tech-Socialists Stole Internet from the People, We Must Take It Back

Sean Moran, American Commitment’s Phil Kerpen tells Breitbart News that we need to take back the internet from the tech-socialists: Net Neutrality is simply the spawn of the tech-socialists, the liberals that want to control the freedom of the internet. Ultraliberal advocacy groups were fueled by $196 million from the Soros and Ford Foundations. Silicon Valley giants

Google, Soros Behind “Fake News” on “Internet Privacy”

Jerome Corsi | Infowars, Another hoax in the war on the First Amendment. WASHINGTON, D.C. – Funded by Google and George Soros, a group of leftist foundations have organized a “Fake News” war against the GOP, claiming that Republicans have voted to overturn Obama administration FCC rules designed to “protect Internet privacy.” Three entities – Google,

Trump expected to sign bill undoing Obama-era Internet privacy rules

A bill whose critics say could put people’s private browser histories up for sale and hand Internet providers a lucrative victory awaits President Trump’s signature after swift passage through the House and Senate. The controversial resolution, which would overturn a host of Internet privacy protections enacted near the end of the Obama administration, would mean