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FreedomWorks, Coalition of 23 Other Groups Demand Congress Support FCC's Restoring Internet Freedom Order

FreedomWorks is proud to have co-authored and signed a coalition letter uniting 24 leading conservative, free market, and consumer groups in support of the FCC's recent Restoring Internet Freedom Order. This letter urges members of Congress to oppose any attempt by Democrats to use the Congressional Review Act to overturn the FCC's decision to end onerous public utility-style regulation of the internet. Read the text of the letter and other signatories below and view the official letter here.

01/22/2018
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FCC Cuts TV Costs with Paperless Proposal

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) wants to trim your TV bill by going green. A recent rulemaking would legalize TV service providers sending mandatory updates by email.

01/16/2018
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SESTA Needs Further Amending

The Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (SESTA) will be marked up in committee tomorrow, and if passed, the bill would badly damage Internet innovation. To avoid substantial unintended consequences, Senators should consider adding language to SESTA in order to protect innocent websites.

11/07/2017
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ICPA Would Modernize Internet Laws, Solve Microsoft’s Dispute

Breaking news flashed across the country when the Supreme Court of the United States granted certiorari for United States v Microsoft on October 16th. The court’s pending decision will resolve divided lower court rulings on a fundamental privacy dispute.

10/31/2017
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Human Trafficking Abuses Don’t Justify Bad Legislation

Senators should be commended for their derring-do to fight vile human trafficking abuses. But their current solution, the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act, dubbed “SESTA,” would curb Internet innovation.

10/27/2017
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Airband Will Close Rural Broadband Gap

Microsoft recently unveiled its plan to close the rural-urban broadband gap with “Airband,” a technology that delivers broadband through empty radiofrequency. Airband will bring internet service to rural communities in six different states, a move widely seen as the first major investment in TV white space broadband.

10/13/2017
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Congress Set to Crush Internet Freedom

The Internet as we know it is in jeopardy, thanks to Congress. Legislators on both sides of the aisle are threatening to rewire the Internet by imposing innovation-stifling regulations on online providers under the guise of a noble cause: curbing sex trafficking.

09/15/2017
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Secure Digital Privacy With Sen. Lee's ECPA Modernization Act

Over 250 years ago, courageous colonists took up arms and defended the right against unlawful search and seizure in the American Revolution. Fueled by outrageous searches by British law enforcement, our founding fathers enshrined within our constitution the Fourth Amendment, which reads, in part: “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated.”

08/03/2017
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Congress Should Lower Ridiculous Drug Prices by Passing CREATES Act

Perpetually increasing prescription drug prices ravage everyday Americans. Specifically, name-brand prices outpace inflation by about 50%, largely due to government-protected market power. A beacon of hope for reducing drug prices are the generic and biosimilar drug industries, which produces existing brand drugs and biologics drugs cheaply. But big Pharma doesn’t want competition, so it does everything it can to block generic and biosimilar innovation. The CREATES Act, H.R. 2212, solves a loophole commonly abused by big pharmaceutical companies for unlawful market advantages in the emerging generics and biosimilars markets.

07/24/2017
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FreedomWorks Foundation and Ken Cuccinelli Submit Comments Supporting FCC's Title II Rollback

Yesterday, FreedomWorks Foundation submitted comments in support of the FCC's proposed Restoring Internet Freedom Rule. This rule, proposed under Republican FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, would reverse FCC's 2015 classification and regulation of Internet service providers (ISPs) as public utilities or common carriers under Title II of the Communications Act, more commonly referenced as "net neutrality" rules. This would return ISPs to a light-touch regulatory framework that allowed for the Internet to grow and flourish into the revolutionary economic engine we know today.

07/18/2017

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