Tag Archives: net neutrality

Take Action: the end of the feminist internet?

TweetNet neutrality doesn’t initially sound like a vital feminist and social justice issue, particularly since it’s typically been framed through boring white dude tech speak as a fairly abstract idea instead of something real and concrete that directly impacts online organizing. Even the biggest nerds’ eyes glaze over during discussions of how fast data moves [...]
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Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

TweetCould the Golden Globes winners be any whiter? Speaking of which, could Washington D.C. get any whiter? (check out the photo after the jump, and you’ll see what I mean.) Tweet
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Net Neutrality Passes, Obstacles Remain

TweetNet neutrality has been a major issue of debate over the last few years and today the FCC has passed some unclear rules regulating Internet access. Advocates on both sides are disappointed with the results: some feel that these new regulations will not limit online discrimination and that large loopholes for corporations still exist, while [...]
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