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Here's the latest:
- New Media Rights has partnered with Mozilla Foundation on their Drumbeat initative to create a Drumbeat San Diego event. We are seeking input from organizations and individuals interested in being part of an event that brings San Diego's creative, technology, and activist communities together. The event will be a problem solving, participatory, DIY gathering focused on bringing these groups together around common issues and shared goals, including an open internet, creative commons, and fair use, among other topics. Follow this link to submit your name and let us know you're interested in this event! Also shoot us an email or give us a call if you are interested in attending our first planning meeting.
Media policy advocacy: While we pride ourselves on giving individuals real, comprehensive assistance with their problems on a one-to-one basis, we use our experience in those efforts to assist and inform policymakers at the state and national level. Here's some of our latest efforts!
Check out New Media Rights' FCC comments on the Broadband Legal Framework and the "Third Way": this proceeding is critical to the future of how the internet is regulated. For the latest on Net Neutrality, Title 2 reclassification and an open internet distilled, you can also read our Citizen's Update to Net Neutrality and an Open Internet
- New Media Rights Joins The Coalition for Competition in Media: We have joined with a variety of public interest and private organizations to oppose the proposed Comcast-NBC merger. You can read the latest on the goals of the coalition and collaborating organizations at the link above. New Media Rights is committed to ensuring consumers have diversity, access, and lower rates, which we believe this merger will not provide.
- We shared the highlights with you on the Comcast NBC merger hearing in LA.
- We also gave you a wrap-up on the recent Stanford FCC hearing on media diversity.
- Bros Icing Bros- A Case for Copyright Bullying by Overreacting Smirnoff Lawyers.
- Sue Wilson, award winning filmmaker and journalist, shared her views on our site about Communications Act reform in the article "Communications Redux- Hooray!"
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