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Commending the launch of the Fourth Amendment Caucus and Announcing the Fourth Amendment Caucus Advisory Committee

For Immediate Release July 13, 2016   Washington, D.C. – A bipartisan group of 25 representatives today announced the formation of the Fourth Amendment Caucus. The Fourth Amendment Caucus’s mission is to ensure that our constitutionally protected right to privacy is not infringed upon by the government. Representatives Ted Poe (R-TX) and Zoe Lofgren (D-CA), founders Read more

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COMMENTS OF INTERNET FREEDOM SUPPORTERS

Voices for Internet Freedom, Which the Center for Media Justice is apart of sent this letter to the FCC urge them  to adopt strong, enforceable, and sustainable Open Internet rules that will protect the Internet as an open platform.

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Net Neutrality Fact Sheet

10 things you wanted to know about Net Neutrality but were too afraid (or bored) to ask.

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Press Release Template

Something big just happened and you need to pull together a professional looking press release in the next 15 minutes? Don’t panic! Use this template as a road map to creating your release.

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Center for Media Justice Reacts to FCC’s Announcement on Low-Income Broadband Access

Today, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski announced plans to make some major changes to the Lifeline low-income telecommunications connectivity program. The Chairman's plan to modernize Lifeline to include broadband is an important first step toward achieving this goal, but we fear it does not address the immediate needs of thousands of people across the country who cannot search for employment, fully participate in their education, apply for social services and meet their healthcare needs.