2017/02/08

The new FCC chairman

A dangerous agenda

Jason,

Get this: The new FCC chairman, Ajit Pai, doesn't care about helping people with low incomes afford internet access. In fact, he just made it harder for needy families to get online.

A former Verizon lawyer, he's already showing that he'd rather serve corporations than people. Urge Pai to back off.

Thanks—

Dana

A dangerous agenda

freepress.net

Jason,

Last Friday, Trump's new FCC chairman, Ajit Pai, started dumping our communication rights out with the trash.

Taking a page out of Trump's playbook, Pai issued his own version of executive orders, targeting key consumer safeguards and limiting the Lifeline program's support of broadband access, making it even more difficult for millions of people with low incomes to bridge the digital divide.

Chairman Pai is making it harder for needy families to get online. Tell him to back off.

Pai claims he wants to improve transparency at the FCC, but there's nothing transparent about undermining democratic policies with ZERO public input.

Even worse, Pai tried to cover up his hypocrisy by releasing these orders under the radar late on a Friday afternoon.

We're not falling for that. Urge Chairman Pai to listen to the people, not Trump.

Pai is showing his true stripes: Instead of helping people, he’s falling in line with the Trump administration and favoring the same powerful corporations that threaten Net Neutrality and other consumer protections.

Raise your voice and oppose Pai’s dangerous agenda.

Thanks for all that you do—

Dana, Candace and the rest of the Free Press team
freepress.net

P.S. Everything we've fought for at the FCC is in jeopardy. Tell Pai to quit pulling a Trump and start representing the public.

P.P.S. Help Free Press fight these kinds of attacks: We're on CREDO Action's ballot this month and every vote we get = more money to support our work. Thank you!

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