Today, Public Knowledge joins 75 public interest and civil rights groups in a letter urging the Federal Communications Commision to protect the internet and video marketplace by acting on three proceedings: the set-top box rulemaking, the broadband privacy rulemaking, and the zero-rating investigation.
One year ago today, the Federal Communications Commission enacted the strongest net neutrality rules in history. It was a day of celebration in the Internet policy community, after a daunting year of fighting against big Internet Service Providers like Verizon and Comcast that took advantage of a court’s decision to rule against the net neutrality rules we had at that time.
On today's podcast, summer interns Ariel Diamond and Taylor Moore chat with host Martyn Griffen about what got them into the field and their summer at Public Knowledge working on copyright reform, patent reform, spectrum reform, international issues, and more.
Today, we’re happy to announce our newest working-paper, Exploring Zero-Rating Challenges: Views from Five Countries, by Carolina Rossini, Vice President of International Policy at Public Knowledge and Taylor Moore, our 2015 Google Policy Fellow. This paper examines zero-rating practices on a global scale, focusing on their effects in five countries to add to the growing international net neutrality debate.