Battle For The Net announces the #onemorevote movement, an online protest in order to gain the one additional vote needed to win the senate for the Congressional Review Act. Visit the link to join the protest, or our tool to contact your congressperson
The states of New York, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, and the District of Columbia, led by New York attorney general Eric T. Schneiderman, formally file suit against the FCC.
The Congressional Review Act gains 50 pledged votes, including one Republican - Susan Collins (R-ME).
The Congressional Review Act to overturn the net neutrality repeal gains 30 cosponsors, forcing a vote in the Senate.
KeepOurNetFree's blog is launched.
Representative Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) introduces an anti-net neutrality bill (H.R. 4682) designed to prevent states or a future FCC enforcing Title II regulations.
The FCC votes 3-2 to reclassify internet service providers under Title I, repealing net neutrality regulations.
New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman stated that he would launch a suit over the FCC's handling of fake comments. He is joined by attorneys general from states such as Massachusetts, California, Oregon, Illinois, Iowa, Washington, and Minnesota.
Senator Ed Markey (D-MA) announced that he will introduce a Congressional Review Act which would restore net neutrality regulations.
Today is the Internet wide day of action to save net neutrality. More information on www.battleforthenet.com
KeepOurNetFree releases Removal of Net Neutrality Simulator. A Chrome plugin that simulates what the Internet would look like without net neutrality.
The FCC votes 2-1 to remove net neutrality regulations.
KeepOurNetFree launches an initiative to send physical mail to the FCC in support of net neutrality.
Send mail to:
Federal Communications Commission
445 12th Street SW, Washington, DC 20554
Then comment on the reddit megathread.
It is revealed that a bot spammed the FCC with over 100,000 fake comments in favor of removing net neutrality.
John Oliver does a show about net neutrality making a call to action to comment on the FCC’s proposal using the website www.gofccyourself.com.
The FCC unveils plans to implement new rules axing net neutrality. These new rules propose to undo the 2015 reclassification of Internet service providers as common carriers.
President Trump signs S.J. Res. 34/H.J Res. 86 into law, effectively preventing Internet privacy rules from taking effect.
The house votes to pass H.J. Res. 86. Now the bill is on president Trump's desk.
The senate passed S.J. Res. 34 with a vote of 50/48. This is the first step to allow Internet service providers (ISPs) to sell private browsing information and app data usage to third parties. What's worse, they can manipulate your Internet experience with ad injections and search redirections. This is a massive violation of privacy and should be a major concern to all citizens.