FOI Letter to Senate Commerce Committee Ahead of January 17 Hearing

This morning, Free Our Internet’s executive director, Christie-Lee McNally, sent a letter to members of the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee ahead of their hearing entitled “Terrorism And Social Media: #IsBigTechDoingEnough?” The letter encouraged members to press representatives of Twitter, Facebook, and Google on the violence and harassment fostered by their platforms. The panel included […]


FOI Statement on Project Veritas’ Report on Twitter “Shadow Banning”

Project Veritas’ January 9th report on Twitter’s ability to control speech on their platform, including shocking admissions from current and former Twitter employees themselves, confirms what we at Free Our Internet have long known – Twitter relishes information control and polices their platform with an overt bias towards conservative voices. Concurrently, the House of Representatives […]



Another Two-faced Move by Google

In a move that would embarrass even the worst of hypocrites, Google recently took its YouTube app off Amazon Fire TV as retaliation in an ongoing dispute. Petty? Maybe. Twofaced? Absolutely. Just weeks ago, the Silicon Valley elites were crying foul about the FCC’s move to repeal disastrous Obama-era “net neutrality” rules. “The End of […]


Free Our Internet Statement On FCC Vote To Roll Back “Net Neutrality”

Today’s vote by the Federal Communications Commission to roll back the Obama administration’s oppressive Title II regulations is a victory for American citizens and proponents of free expression, absent government control. These regulations were crafted in 2015 by the tech-left in collusion with the Obama administration and wealthy liberal operators like George Soros in a […]




Free Our Internet Sends Letter to Federal Protective Service About Twitter Allowing Death Threats to FCC Chairman Over Net Neutrality

Today, Free Our Internet sent a letter to Federal Protective Service, copying Twitter’s Public Policy team, asking for investigation into the death threats Twitter users are sending to FCC Chairman Pai over the platform regarding “Net Neutrality.” While these threats violate Twitter’s policy, they remain online, despite many being reported. Given that death threats to […]


Meet the “Heroes” of the Left

As Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai works to roll back burdensome Title II regulations and restore freedom to the internet, leftists activists have been gearing up for a fight. One such example is the newly announced plan to camp outside the FCC on the evening of December 13th into December 14th to oppose the […]


Consider the Source

The talk about combating “fake news” continues as Facebook has recently announced new tools to address this issue. The social media giant will be relying in part on the Poynter Institute’s International Fact Checking Network (IFCN), which is heavily funded by liberal special interest groups. When seeing what’s reliable, it’s important to keep in mind […]