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1 Million USD for and Net Neutrality support


Net Neutrality: the idea that any bit traveling the network is worth as much as any other bit. Much the same as fungibility in Monero. - "EFF will be analyzing the full plan for the when it is released. But based on what we know so far, it’s clear that Chairman Pai is seeking to reverse the 2015 Open Internet Order that established clear but light touch protections for Internet users and Internet innovation. The FCC’s new approach invites a future where only the largest Internet, cable, and telephone companies survive, while every start-up, small business, and new innovator is crowded out—and the voices of nonprofits and ordinary individuals are suppressed. Costs will go up, as ISPs take advantage of monopoly power to raise rates on edge providers and consumers alike. And the FCC’s proposed plan adds salt to the wound by interfering with state efforts to protect consumer privacy and competition.

The FCC today abdicates a fundamental responsibility—but Internet users won’t. Today, and every day, we will fight to defend net neutrality. Tell Congress that lawmakers must act to defend our open Internet."

Effs efforts include:

  1. EFF Asks Court: Can Prosecutors Hide Behind Trade Secret Privilege to Convict You? If a computer DNA matching program gives test results that implicate you in a crime, how do you know that the match is correct and not the result of a software bug? The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has urged a California appeals court to allow criminal defendants to review and...

  2. EFF, ACLU Sue Over Warrantless Phone, Laptop Searches at U.S. Border Boston, Massachusetts—The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) sued the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) today on behalf of 11 travelers whose smartphones and laptops were searched without warrants at the U.S. border. The plaintiffs in the case are 10 U.S. citizens and...

  3. Many more:


Guzzi Jones - I will see to it that all funds minus fees for transfers and are sent to in a payment they accept. I will do this for free. I fully expect to spend considerable amount of time discussing with them the payment and introducing them to the community.

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