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Internet Association debunks claims that strong Net Neutrality protections hurt internet investment

Some opponents of the FCC’s 2015 Open Internet Order claim the order created a regulatory environment that kept Internet Service Providers from investing and building better broadband. Today, the Internet Association (IA)’s Chief Economist responded, finding that ISPs continue to invest and innovate at similar or greater levels in the…

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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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News to watch: Net Neutrality oral arguments on December 4

In what has become something of a well-traveled rut, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will be back at the U.S. Appeals Court for the D.C. Circuit on Friday, December 4, to make its case on behalf of the Open Internet. The FCC will defend the Order it approved in February,…

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ALA, ACRL, ARL, COSLA file network neutrality amicus

Four national library organizations today argued in support of the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) strong, enforceable rules to protect and preserve the open internet with an amici filing with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. With other network neutrality allies also filing legal briefs, the…

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Library groups keep up fight for net neutrality

Co-authored by Larra Clark and Kevin Maher Library groups are again stepping to the front lines in the battle to preserve an open internet. The American Library Association (ALA), Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL), Association for Research Libraries (ARL) and the Chief Officers of State Library Agencies (COSLA)…

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