Issues

Official Filings

As part of our mission to make sure that artists' and musicians' voices are not left out of the policy debate, FMC regularly prepares and submits public comments, documents, and testimony to the appropriate rulemaking bodies. In these documents, the FMC strives to inject the debate with information about how policies can affect artists and the public at large.

September 16, 2014

FMC Testimony in Senate Judiciary Hearing on Net Neutrality

Why Net Neutrality Matters: Protecting Consumers and Competition Through Meaningful Open Internet Rules

On September 17, 2014, Future of Music Coalition submitted written testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee in its hearing, “Why Net Neutrality Matters: Protecting Consumers and Competition Through Meaningful Open Internet Rules.”

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September 15, 2004

FMC Reply Comments in FCC Net Neutrality Rulemaking Proceeding

Response to specific ISP arguments in support of a pay-to-play Internet

On September 15, 2014, Future of Music Coalition submitted the following reply comments in the FCC’s public docket on Promoting and Protecting the Open Internet. Our comments are in direct response to those filed by telecommunications and cable companies in the initial phase of this proceeding.

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Fact Sheets

Confused about an issue? Start with our fact sheets.

Briefs describe how the proposed merger would negatively impact musicians and other creative entrepreneurs