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The FCC Must Act without Delay to Protect Internet Users and Video Choice

In the 21st century, communities of color face new threats with a very old history: from racially-biased surveillance to the exclusion of voices of color from the video marketplace. To protect the nation’s most vulnerable consumers and ensure the strength of racial justice movements that rely on online tools, the FCC must move forward on three urgent and vital opportunities. The FCC must act to protect internet privacy, decrease cable and satellite TV bills while giving consumers more choices and opening opportunities for creators of color, and promote affordable access to the entire internet by steering internet service providers away from data caps and forbidding zero-rated plans that violate Net Neutrality.
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