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REAL WORLD: Net Neutrality Being Voted On Thursday... DON'T Let It Happen! UPDATE: MORE On Net "Neutrality" And Other Real World Items!

As the Federal Communications Commission and Federal Election Commission toy with regulating aspects of the Internet, critics on those agencies are warning that speed and freedom of speech are in jeopardy. 779 more words

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Illinois peeps, check out - Consultant Pleads to Coordinating With PAC

The plea appears to mark the first coordination case brought by federal prosecutors since the Supreme Court’s decision that allowed for the creation of groups that can raise and spend unlimited money.. 9 more words

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BLOGAGGEDON: Democrats on FCC to Introduce New Regulation on Donors, Internet

Paul Bedard reports: Claiming that thousands of public comments condemning “dark money” in politics can’t be ignored, the Democrat-chaired Federal Election Commission on Wednesday appeared ready to open the door to new regulations on donors, bloggers and others who use the… 231 more words

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Dems on FEC open to new regs on donors, Internet

By Paul Bedard | February 11, 2015

Claiming that thousands of public comments condemning “dark money” in politics can’t be ignored, the Democrat-chaired Federal Election Commission on Wednesday appeared ready to open the door to new regulations on donors, bloggers and others who use the Internet to influence policy and campaigns. 306 more words

Rudy Takala: Federal Election Commission (FEC) to Consider Regulating Online Political Speech

CNC News: The Federal Election Commission (FEC) is holding a hearing today to receive public feedback on whether it should create new rules regulating political speech, including political speech on the Internet that one commissioner warned could affect blogs, YouTube videos and even websites like the Drudge Report. 68 more words

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Minnesota GOP To Pay $26K Fine Over Fed Reporting Issue

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Republican Party of Minnesota has agreed to pay a $26,000 fine to settle federal campaign finance reporting violations.

The Federal Election Commission accepted the agreement earlier this month. 114 more words

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