Category free basics
Why it matters: Facebook “news suppression” and Internet.org
Facebook is positioning itself as a potential global agenda-setting gatekeeper. So why do they insist they support a free Internet?
What the heck is zero-rating and how does it undermine Net Neutrality?
The rise of a controversial practice called ‘zero-rating’ has Internet freedom advocates worried about the future of the open Web and innovation. Find out why.
A billion Internet users just won big
India’s new Net Neutrality protections only happened because tens of thousands of Internet users spoke out.
Recap: Facebook’s Plan To Give The World A Fake Internet Service
Here’s a brief rundown of Facebook’s highly controversial Free Basics program.
Artists and Creators shouldn’t have to register with telecom giants to avoid censorship
We fight everyday to ensure a level playfield across our networks, but the threats to the open Internet we love keep coming. Here are some controversial Net Neutrality violations from around the globe you should know of.
Opening Facebook’s controversial Free Basics platform
OpenMedia has sent a letter to Facebook requesting common sense, pro-Internet reforms be made to their controversial “Free Basics” platform.
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