Category: Open Internet

Protect Our Faithful Voices. Protect the Open Internet.

Protect Our Faithful Voices. Protect the Open Internet.

If you recognize my name, it’s because we’re connected in a magical way. Four years ago, I founded Groundswell because I had a dream – to connect people of faith to build a moral movement for justice. Today, you and me and over 100,000 others […]

What’s Next for Faithful Internet

What’s Next for Faithful Internet

Hi everyone, Today, our minds and hearts are in Ferguson. In the face of sadness and despair, we still find hope in this: people of all colors and faiths from all corners of the country are calling for justice for Michael Brown – on the […]

Faithful Internet Kick-Off

Faithful Internet Kick-Off

Every issue we care about – immigration, policing, gun violence, climate change, hate crimes, you name it – requires us to protect the Internet as a place where we can organize, innovate, and connect. If you have been following my last few posts, you know […]

Will the FCC Ruin the Internet?

Will the FCC Ruin the Internet?

Published on CNN. Editor’s note: Barbara van Schewick, author of “Internet Architecture and Innovation,” is a professor at Stanford Law School and director of the Stanford Center for Internet and Society. Follow her on Twitter: @vanschewick.  Valarie Kaur is Media & Strategy Fellow at the Center and contributed […]

Is the Internet About to Get Sloooooow?

Is the Internet About to Get Sloooooow?

Published on CNN. Editor’s note: Barbara van Schewick is an expert on net neutrality, a professor at Stanford Law School and director of the Stanford Law School Center for Internet and Society. She is the author of “Internet Architecture and Innovation.” Follow her on Twitter […]