Craig Aaron

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Craig Aaron is president and CEO of the activist group Free Press, an independent group that advocates for press freedom, diversity in media and supporting net neutrality.

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 Currently, broadband transmission is classified as a "common carrier"—subject to government oversight. Tomorrow, the Federal Communications Commission…

FCC to vote on rolling back net neutrality regulations

Photo by Backbone Campaign Currently, broadband transmission is classified as a "common carrier"—subject to government oversight. Tomorrow, the Federal Communications Commission…

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FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is advocating that Internet providers be required to maintain " net neutrality   ."

New Rules for the Internet

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is advocating that Internet providers be required to maintain " net neutrality ."

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