Making Kids Our Nation's Top Priority

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California Continues Its Leadership with Online Protections for Kids and Families

October 6, 2022

Two big legislative wins go a long way to protect kids' privacy and well-being online, but there's still more work to do.

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California Senators Gear Up for an Important Decision on Broadband Access

July 29, 2022

Why Common Sense is opposed to Assembly Bill 2749 -- and why legislators should be, too.

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California's Golden Road to Affordable Internet

June 10, 2022

The California Public Utilities Commission is creating a model for affordable high-speed internet in the U.S.

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Digital Literacy and Citizenship Is Part of Equitable Access

March 31, 2022

Empowering kids to be smart online is a vital component of closing the digital divide.

California Takes Major Steps Toward Universal Internet Service

November 8, 2021

Three new bipartisan bills are among the largest investments in broadband connectivity in the country.

Progress in Closing the Digital Divide in California

August 2, 2021

The $6 billion included in the new budget provides both expanded broadband access and a blueprint for other states to follow

The One Thing Every Movie Studio Can Do TODAY to Support Diversity in Media Criticism

July 27, 2021

Equitable access to media screeners will give more voice to reviewers everywhere

What California's New Media and Tech Laws Mean for Your Kids

September 13, 2018

Check out this rundown of the laws the state recently passed that will affect kids' digital well-being.