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New art exhibit features life-size 3D portraits of Chelsea Manning based on her DNA

Posted 10:41 EST on January 13, 2016

Heather Dewey-Hagborg – Radical Love: Chelsea Manning
Wednesday, January 20 – Saturday January 23, 2016
World Economic Forum Annual Meeting
Davos, Switzerland

As part of the Victoria and Albert exhibition Future Design curated by Mariana Pestana for the World Economic Forum, US-based artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg will premiere her work Radical Love: Chelsea Manning, full color life-sized 3d printed portraits of Chelsea Manning generated from her DNA.

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T-Mobile CEO goes unhinged on twitter, swears at net neutrality advocates who ask simple question about #BingeOn throttling

Posted 09:07 EST on January 8, 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 7, 2016

Contact: Evan Greer, 978-852-6457, press@fightforthefuture.org

Fight for the Future launches DouchebagCEO.com, which redirects to JohnLegere.net

T-Mobile CEO John Legere has taken to twitter to defend his policies amid rising public outcry about his company throttling video streaming for all customers as part of their new #BingeOn scheme.

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Open letter to Mark Zuckerberg

Posted 17:25 EST on January 6, 2016

Fight for the Future joined 29 other organizations in an open letter to Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg calling for Facebook to stop its disingenuous campaign encouraging users to support “Free Basics” in India. See the full text of the letter below. Contact: press@fightforthefuture.org for additional comment.

Dear Mark Zuckerberg,

You have said that “connecting the world is one of the greatest challenges of our generation.” We all agree. We also believe that a connectivity agenda must respect the right of all to equally access, receive and impart information. For this reason, we are concerned about Facebook’s recent attacks on the millions of internet users in India and around the world who have fought, and who continue to fight, for Net Neutrality.

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This is why the Internet matters so much to me.

Posted 18:58 EST on December 23, 2015
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Hey, this is a little personal, but I wanted to share it with you. If you ever wondered why we at Fight for the Future are up all night working nonstop to defend the free and open Internet, it’s because each and every one of us has a story about how the Internet has changed our lives.

Here’s mine. I hope you’ll read it. It’s probably not what you’d expect. But first, I want to personally ask you to become a Fight for the Future supporting member, so we can keep winning victories for the Internet and for a more creative, vibrant, and awesome world. Click here to learn more.

Thanks so much,

-Evan at FFTF

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