Posts by Meredith Whipple:

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Section 230 of the Communications Act protects the ability of internet users to engage with one another on a range of topics and interests, from writing reviews of restaurants and products to putting forward opinions on politics, religion, and other areas of civic engagement. Section 230 does this by providing immunity from liability as a […]
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This paper is part of a series that provides a set of innovative proposals for regulatory responses to misinformation, led by the Wikimedia/Yale Law School Initiative on Intermediaries and Information (WIII). Learn more and read the other papers here.
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This paper series provides a set of innovative proposals for regulatory responses to misinformation. Learn more. PK Senior Policy Fellow Lisa Macpherson produced Addressing Information Pollution with a ‘Superfund for the Internet’, which can be viewed on page 50. You can view all the papers individually on the Wikimedia/Yale Law School Initiative on Intermediaries and […]
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Broadband has become an essential service in the daily lives of 21st century consumers. The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown this fact into sharp relief. Individuals work from home, children attend virtual classrooms, and loved ones receive medical care via telehealth services.  A survey from Consumer Reports revealed that four out of five Americans agree that […]
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Contact jenna@publicknowledge.org with any questions about the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program.
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To kick off our 20th year, join the founders of Public Knowledge to discuss the history of the organization and how it’s grown over time.
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February 12, 2021
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