The Federal Communications Commission is weighing model state legislation to tax broadband service providers.
The Chinese government has carried out a global campaign to disseminate its oppressive internet policies and digital surveillance tools, hosting seminars on cyber censorship with officials from at least three-dozen countries over the past two years, according to a new report.
The “internet as we know it may not exist” now that net neutrality has officially ended, the media are warning online.
A non-governmental organization that promotes freedom of information worldwide on Monday urged journalists who use Apple iCloud China to stop doing so by the end of the month, when control of their data will pass to the Chinese government.
NARAL Pro-Choice America on Tuesday tweeted an article that said repealing net neutrality qualifies as “a direct threat to reproductive freedom.”
Jonathan Turley, a noted law professor at George Washington University and a leading liberal voice, has joined conservatives in condemning Democratic efforts to regulate political speech on the internet.
The National Urban League has thrown its weight behind a bill aimed at fighting online sex-trafficking, putting more pressure on Sen. Kamala Harris (D., Calif.) to take a public stand on the bill.
The NUL, a civil rights group that advocates on behalf of African-Americans, said sex trafficking disproportionately impacts minorities—and African-Americans in particular—and argues the bipartisan measure is long overdue, in a letter addressed to Senate leaders.
Chinese authorities have imprisoned a man from Guangdong province in southern China for helping people avoid government surveillance of their internet usage.
Tech giant Apple has taken more steps to appease the Chinese government amid falling sales in the communist country even as Tim Cook, the company’s chief executive, has launched a steady stream of attacks on President Donald Trump’s administration in the United States.