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FCC Got an Earful on April 17th at Stanford


Thanks to Media Alliance members and our SavetheInternet allies, the FCC hearing at Stanford on April 17th was a stirring call for a free and open Internet, a strong condemnation of random telecom interference with data traveling over their networks, and a clear statement on media in the public interest. Pictures from the hearing: The Raging Grannies, commissioners and panelists , public testimony . 40 of the 75-person public comment participants were trainees from Media Alliance speaker workshops or passengers on the "FCC Bus" that traveled from the Bay Area to Stanford with folks from Poor News Network, KPFA First Voice, the Bayview Newspaper and Allen Temple Baptist Church. Video archive of the hearing and an audio mashup



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