Tell Congress Not to Mess with Your Internet Freedom
Net Neutrality is the internet's First Amendment. But now Trump, his FCC chairman and their friends in Congress are trying to destroy it.
The FCC's Net Neutrality rules keep the internet free and open — enabling anyone to share and access information of their choosing without interference from companies like AT&T, Comcast and Verizon. The open internet is a vehicle for social change, empowerment of marginalized communities and economic opportunity. Today, the internet is being used to cultivate movements and build power. If we don't step in to protect it, we could lose it all.
To win this fight, we need to put pressure on both the FCC and Congress. Even if FCC Chairman Ajit Pai doesn't succeed in his quest to roll back internet freedom, Congress could still step in and undo all that we've worked for over the past decade.
Call your congresspeople and tell them that Title II Net Neutrality is non-negotiable.
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