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August 2017
Senators Call on FCC to Extend Net Neutrality Comment Period
May 2017
Senator Markey Statement on FCC Vote to Roll Back Net Neutrality Rules
Senator Markey Leads Democrats in Call to Protect Net Neutrality
April 2017
Senator Markey, Joined by Massachusetts Digital Economy Leaders, Pledges To Protect Net Neutrality
March 2017
Senate Democrats to President Trump: Veto Misguided Resolution That Eliminates Privacy Rules Designed to Protect Americans’ Most Sensitive Personal Information Stored on Computers or Phones – Such As Social Security Numbers, Browser History, And Precise Geo-Location – From Being Sold Without Their Knowledge or Consent
February 2017
Senator Markey Blasts FCC’s Pai for Compromising Consumer Data Security and Privacy Protections
SENATORS URGE NEW FCC CHAIR TO REVERSE DECISION THREATENING LOW-INCOME AMERICANS’ BROADBAND ACCESS
Senate Democrats Join Entrepreneurs, Advocates, Consumers in Defense of Net Neutrality
January 2017
Senator Markey Blasts Proposal to Dismantle the FCC’s Broadband Privacy Rules
Responding to Senators’ Request, FCC Releases Framework for Protecting Consumers Against Harmful Zero-Rating Plans
December 2016
Senator Markey Statement on FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler
November 2016
Markey Decries Republican Opposition to FCC Activities
June 2016
Senator Markey Hails Court Decision Upholding Net Neutrality Rules: The Internet Remains Open for All
September 2015
Senator Markey, Rep. Eshoo Lead Members of Congress in Amicus Brief Supporting FCC Net Neutrality Rules
June 2015
Markey Hails DC Circuit Court Decision on FCC’s Net Neutrality Rules
May 2015
Markey Celebrates National Small Business Week
February 2015
Markey Hails FCC Action on Net Neutrality, Declares Today Internet Freedom Day
Leading Democratic Senators Praise FCC’s Adoption Of Net Neutrality Rules
Markey Hails Proposed FCC Net Neutrality Rules
Sens. Markey, Booker, Franken, Sanders Hold Press Conference on Net Neutrality
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