Privacy Protections in the Post-Equifax Era

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Dirksen Senate Office Building, Room 11
2nd St NE
Washington DC, 20002

Join us for a conversation about privacy legislation in 2018 and the launch of "Principles for Privacy Legislation," a new white paper from Public Knowledge Senior Vice President Harold Feld.

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Stop the #FCCRuralDowngrade: Keeping the FCC From Abandoning Rural America

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Russell Senate Office Building
Room 485
Washington DC, 20002

Join Public Knowledge and other advocacy groups for a deep dive into the Federal Communication Commission’s wireline infrastructure proceeding, a significant downgrade for rural America.

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Public Knowledge Hill Briefing on Net Neutrality Draft Order

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The U.S. Capitol Visitors Center
First St NE, Room SVC 215
Washington DC, 20515

Public Knowledge will host a hill briefing on Wednesday, November 29 at 1:30pm in the Capitol Visitors Center to provide a legal and policy analysis of the Federal Communications Commission net neutrality draft order circulated in the "Restoring Internet Freedom" proceeding.

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Net Neutrality & Competition: The Final Days of Internet Freedom

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Internet Archive
300 Funston Ave
San Francisco CA, 94118

Public Knowledge has spent nearly ten years fighting for an open internet, but we expect that at the Federal Communications Commission's December 14th meeting a majority of Commissioners will vote to eliminate our strong net neutrality rules. The current FCC has made dominant industry interests a priority, putting startup and consumer interests at risk. As one of the world's largest centers for businesses and individuals financing, creating, and building the technology and inputs to the digital economy, Silicon Valley will be directly impacted by these new policies.

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The Battle to Save Net Neutrality

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Internet Archive
300 Funston Avenue
San Francisco CA, 94118

Net neutrality, the principle that broadband companies like Comcast and AT&T shouldn't pick winners and losers on the Internet, is under attack in Washington, DC. The Trump Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is proposing to repeal the strong 2015 net neutrality rules, which are overwhelmingly popular with Americans all across the country, regardless of political affiliation. At the same time, some members of Congress are pushing to put a weaker form of net neutrality into law and at the same time free broadband companies from FCC oversight.

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