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Download MP3 This week on CounterSpin: The head of the FCC has just announced new rules protecting the openness of the Internet. The vote is still weeks away, but if agency chair Tom Wheeler's proposal goes through, it would mean real Net Neutrality, maintaining the even playing field that makes the Internet what it is. And it would be a landmark victory for regular folks over industry titans. We'll talk about what it all means with Craig Aaron of the group Free Press. Also on the show: The Black Lives Matter movement has put a spotlight on real-world racism in […]
SoundBites Gender Focus Hillary Clinton and the Feminism of Exclusion Media don't ask which women she crusades for by Rania Khalek Cover Story At AP, Black Lives Don't Matter Police feelings mean more than the death of Eric Garner by Jim Naureckas Media and the 'Melting Pot' Putting a harmonious spin on gentrification by Aaron Cantú Spinning Tuition Hikes as a Clash of Politicians California's privatization drive escapes scrutiny by Caroline Kao CounterSpin 'Obama Is Trying to Get Congress to Give Him a Blank Check' Lori Wallach on Trans-Pacific Partnership