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The next move for net neutrality

Threats to net neutrality continue to be a serious concern for libraries, concurrent with the extraordinary pressures around the Institute of Museum and Library Services, created by the President’s Budget Blueprint. (For more on the FY 2018 appropriations process, please go to Fight for Libraries!, a new advocacy portal.) Today,…

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Happy Anniversary, Open Internet Order

Federal policymaking is not exclusively about regulatory minutiae; sometimes we celebrate milestones. Yesterday Office for Information Technology Policy (OITP) Director Alan Inouye and I joined dozens of Congressional staffers, policy analysts and advocates in Cannon House Office Building in honor of the second anniversary of the Open Internet Order. The…

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