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I Just Called to Say I Love Title II

This Valentine’s Day the best gift you can give your loved ones is a lasting, fair and open internet. Help us spread the love by sending a tweet to your representative using these e-cards.

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New Video: Internet of Thanks

This is the time of year when we look back and reflect on reasons to be thankful. At Public Knowledge we realize we have a lot to to be thankful for this year, and it is all thanks to your continued support. With that in mind, we thought it only fitting we say a little something. Click the video below to get just a glimpse of some of our reasons to be thankful, and take a minute to look back at what your help and support has accomplished in 2014. It’s also not a bad way to see our normally serious staff take a moment to show off their inner dork.

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What is Your Location?: Public Knowledge Petition Pushes FCC to Implement 911 Accuracy Rules

Today, Public Knowledge submits a petition with over 1,000 signatures asking the Federal Communications Commission to implement its proposed rules to ensure 911 dispatchers know where callers are, even when they call from indoors using their cell phones.

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FCC Roundtable Roundup

Over the past month, the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) has hosted panels to publicly discuss the various elements of net neutrality. The Chairman and Commissioners did not take them lightly; the FCC held over six different panels on four different days, totaling more than 24 hours of straight net neutrality talk. Chairman Wheeler actively participated in all, either in person or through Twitter questions.

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FCC Should Ensure That Help Will Arrive For 911 Calls

Public Knowledge recently wrote about a growing concern that 911 emergency services were having an alarming amount of difficulty locating callers who placed calls from indoors using mobile devices. This means that for many callers experiencing an emergency situation, help may not arrive on time.

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