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Students Rally to Ban Facial Recognition from Campus

Across the country today, students, alums, and faculty took action to defend their campuses from the aggressive marketing onslaught of facial recognition companies. Their message was simple, and… → Read More

An Open Letter From University Faculty and Staff Against Campus Facial Recognition

OneZero is presenting an open letter penned by more than 150 college and university faculty, staff, and researchers. It was written in coordination with a national campaign to stop facial… → Read More

Backlash forces UCLA to abandon plans for facial recognition surveillance on campus

Before the school reversed its position, we tested facial recognition on UCLA sports teams and faculty. The results were disturbing. → Read More

Letter from 40+ civil society organizations: ban facial recognition on college campuses

On behalf of leading consumer, privacy, and civil liberties organizations, we are calling on administrations to commit to not using facial recognition technology (for non-personal reasons, e.g. when… → Read More

Congress is about to reauthorize the Patriot Act as part of a must-pass spending bill

This is not good. The Patriot Act is the hastily passed law that enables the US government’s most grotesque mass surveillance programs. We know for a fact that the government has used it to violate… → Read More

Senator Sinema’s Letter To Constituents About Net Neutrality Looks Like It Was Written By A Cable…

The Arizona senator insists that “laws designed in the 1930s” are not fit for the Internet — a line that could’ve been written by Comcast. → Read More

Back in December Ajit Pai’s FCC quietly gave cell phone companies new powers to block, delay, or…

Late last year the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) gave cell phone companies new powers to control our text messages. Carriers like Verizon can now legally block or delay messages from users… → Read More

Here are all the members of Congress who haven’t cosponsored the bill to save net neutrality.

Last week members of Congress in the House and Senate announced new legislation that could completely overturn the FCC’s net neutrality repeal. It’s called the Save the Internet Act and we have to… → Read More

No to the “smart wall.” Day of Action against expanded border surveillance.

Today civil liberties groups are holding a Day of Action to oppose additional funding for invasive surveillance technology at the US border, reported to be part of the “agreement in principle”… → Read More

No, net neutrality is not dead. Here’s where we’re at and what comes next.

Good news, Internet. We just gained a little more time to get more members of Congress on the record in support of net neutrality before the end of this year. Today was the technical deadline for… → Read More

The Internet is rising up ahead of the deadline for Congress to reverse the repeal of net…

Congress only has until December 10th to use the Congressional Review Act (CRA) to reverse the FCC’s resoundingly unpopular repeal of net neutrality. After that, there are other paths to restoring… → Read More

The battle for the net rages on. Here’s what’s ahead in 2019.

Fight for the Future was founded to defend our most basic rights in the digital age. We sometimes describe that work with shorthand — we’re “saving the Internet.” But as we head into 2019, it’s… → Read More

Meet the only 16 Democrats in Congress whose names are missing on the resolution to save net…

There are only 16 Democrats in Congress that have yet to support the Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution to restore net neutrality protections repealed by the Federal Communications Commission… → Read More

No matter who wins at the polls, the fight for net neutrality rages on. Here’s what’s coming next

It’s election day, and there’s a lot at stake. We can’t solve all of our problems at the ballot box. But it’s crucial that those who believe in Internet freedom show our elected officials that we’re… → Read More

Here’s the proof that net neutrality is going to be a factor in the midterms

Net neutrality is going to be a factor in the midterm elections tomorrow. It’s ridiculous to claim otherwise. The FCC’s repeal of open Internet protections sparked an unprecedented backlash from… → Read More

Net Neutrality is a Ballot Box Issue for Seniors in California This Election Cycle

Carolene Logue, Roseville, California (4th Congressional District) → Read More

John Faso puts Big Telecom before small businesses in New York

By Raul Martynek, CEO of MAAS Telecom Corp., New York’s 19th Congressional District. → Read More

Alert Salesforce Top Customers About their Contract with CBP!

Tons of well-known organizations are on the front page of Salesforce, featured as their most prominent users. → Read More

#DropSalesforce – Fight for the Future –

Salesforce is helping Border Patrol violate human rights, Don’t work for them. Don’t use their products. Don’t go to their conference. → Read More

New poll shows net neutrality will influence 57% of voters in the midterm elections

A new poll shows that, once again, voters overwhelmingly support net neutrality on a bipartisan basis and want lawmakers to use the Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution to to restore it. The… → Read More