The FCC Wants to Kill Net Neutrality - Use Battle for the Net on Cloudflare Apps to Fight Back

Published on by Andrew Fitch.

TL;DR - Net neutrality is under attack. There's an app on Cloudflare Apps that empowers site owners to host a popup on their sites, encouraging users to contact their congresspeople to fight back. Everyone should be doing this right now, before the December 14th FCC vote. Use Battle for

Net Neutrality Day: Cloudflare + Fight for the Future

Published on by Jameson Sundell.

For Net Neutrality Day on July 12, Fight for the Future (FFTF) launched a Cloudflare App installable for websites all over the world. Sites with it installed saw as many as 178 million page views prompting the users to write to their local congressional representative on the importance of Net

EFF, CloudFlare Ask Federal Court Not To Force Internet Companies To Enforce Music Labels’ Trademarks

Published on by Kenneth R. Carter.

This blog was originally posted by the Electronic Frontier Foundation who represents CloudFlare in this case. JUNE 18, 2015 | BY MITCH STOLTZ This month, CloudFlare and EFF pushed back against major music labels’ latest strategy to force Internet infrastructure companies like CloudFlare to become trademark and copyright enforcers, by challenging

Thoughts on Network Neutrality, the FCC, and the Future of Internet Governance

Published on by Matthew Prince.

Today the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to extend the rules that previously regulated the telephone industry to now regulate Internet Service Providers (ISPs). The Commission did this in order to preserve the principle of network neutrality. Broadly stated, this principle is that networks should not discriminate against