Net neutrality is the basic principle that ensures no one can block our access to websites, throttle our Internet speeds, or impose unfair fees.
We organized an online music festival and provided artists with resources to host their own shows and connect with others during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The EARN IT Act is a thinly-veiled attempt by Congress to destroy online encryption. We won't let that happen.
Facial recognition technology is incredibly invasive, but there are virtually no laws limiting its use. So we scanned Congress to prove how easy — and legal! — it is track people online and IRL.
Dangerous facial recognition is already being used on college campuses across America. We've teamed up with student groups to fight back.
Amazon Ring doorbells expose your personal information, share your video footage without your knowledge, and leave you vulnerable to hackers.
Amazon’s business model is surveillance. They infiltrate our neighborhoods and homes with products that record everything we do. It's time for that to stop.
Game developers and publishers are censoring gamers for expressing political opinions, so we are fighting to protect our basic human rights.
We petitioned the FCC and Congress to stop the mega merger between Sprint and T-Mobile.
We saw the true danger of the FCC's net neutrality repeal when Verizon was caught throttling California fire fighters.
We demanded Salesforce cancel their contract with US Customs and Border Protection and set up a “Detention Center” at Dreamforce.
Telecoms spend millions trying to fool us into thinking that net neutrality is an anti-free market “burdensome regulation.” But it’s a lie.