Things don’t look so good for the internet right now …
Trump, his FCC chairman and their corporate cronies are hell-bent on destroying Net Neutrality. But on July 12, websites, internet users and online communities will come together to fight back.
We’re teaming up with organizations and major companies like Amazon, Etsy, Kickstarter and reddit to push back against FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s dangerous proposal to destroy real Net Neutrality. This internet-wide day of action will have a huge impact — but only if we get as many people as possible to participate.
As the date gets closer, we’ll provide more details and tools to make participating in the day of action as easy as possible. Sign up if you’d like to take part or get more information.
On July 12 the internet will come together to protect Net Neutrality. Sign up for more details.
About Net Neutrality:
The Federal Communications Commission’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. Net Neutrality is essential to education, economic opportunity, social movements and dissent.
For over 10 years, people worked alongside public-interest organizations, civil rights groups, entrepreneurs and small-business owners to put Net Neutrality protections in place. In 2015, the fight for internet freedom ended in victory when the FCC reclassified broadband providers under Title II of the Communications Act, creating the legal foundation for real Net Neutrality.
But now the Trump administration, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and the corporations backing them are doing all they can to reverse the historic Net Neutrality win. They’re about to find out the hard way what happens if you mess with the internet.