Craig Aaron

Beyond Fixing Facebook

The report calls for a tax on targeted online advertising to respond to the crisis in journalism and fund diverse, local, independent and non-commercial news and information.

What's Next for Net Neutrality in Congress and the Courts

[Commentary] With each congressional office getting thousands of calls for Network Neutrality and close to zero supporting Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai — and with Net Neutrality looking like a real issue in the 2018 election

700 Net Neutrality Protests in All 50 States

When we set out three weeks ago with our partners at to launch protests nationwide ahead of the Federal Communications Commission’s Network Neutrality vote, we were confident we could pull off at least five of them and were goi

Ajit Pai Won't Have the Last Word on Net Neutrality

[Commentary] Congress doesn’t need to legislate on Net Neutrality.

Free Press: Trump's CNN Threat a Potential Abuse of Power

This is a lousy deal that would raise prices and give AT&T way too much power. The Justice Department should reject it.

Sprint/T-Mobile Merger Would Destroy Wireless Competition, Kill Jobs and Harm Low-Income Families

Sprint and T-Mobile have begun preliminary talks to work toward a merger. The deal, if approved, would join the third- and fourth-largest US wireless companies, which together would serve 132 million subscribers.

100 Days Later: Net Neutrality and Resistance

April 29 marked the end of the first 100 days of the Trump administration. Shortly after Donald Trump was elected, I wrote about how Free Press would approach this era: “This isn’t a time to tinker around the edges.

Trump FCC’s Plan to End Net Neutrality Rests on Alternative Facts and Empty Promises

[Commentary] Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai plans to fast-track a proposal for the agency’s May meeting that would undermine this strong legal standing and undo the network neutrality rules completely.

FCC Chairman's Attacks on Free Press Don't Change the Facts

While unveiling his plan to dismantle network neutrality and defang the Federal Communications Commission, Chairman Ajit Pai spent a good chunk of April 26’s speech defaming Free Press.