One year ago, 17 people locked themselves on to a deportation charter flight at London Stansted Airport, grounding a plan that would have sent 59 people back to face reprisal – and possibly death – in Ghana and Nigeria. Now, those activists could face life imprisonment.
Washington became the first state to pass its own laws governing net neutrality on Monday, countering the U.S. government's repeal of national regulations preventing Internet service providers from blocking or throttling content.
Ajit Pai needs to be personally protested because he comes to the FCC with a personal agenda – he is behaving like he's still Verizon's lawyer, not someone required to serve the public interest.
Under the law, broadband Internet providers “must treat all internet traffic the same regardless of source," dealing a punishing blow to telecom and cable companies that sought to overturn FCC regulations.