The Trump administration and FCC Chairman Ajit Pai have joined forces with the biggest broadband providers to try to roll back our online rights. They want to destroy Net Neutrality — and we need to stop them.
We’re launching a bold plan to combine people power with technology to build an unstoppable volunteer grassroots network of Net Neutrality activists.
Together we’ll push back against threats to internet freedom.
Team Internet will be made up of people like you. We’ll provide you with insider campaign updates, access to organizers, connections to like-minded volunteers and the training and support to take your activism to the next level. Will you join #TeamInternet?
We see a future where we have the media and technology our communities want and need to answer hard questions, build collective power, and organize and advocate for the issues that matter. Together we can ensure the internet is a tool for our collective liberation.
We can win this fight. We have the facts, the law and the internet on our side — now we just need the right people to help make this plan a success.
The open internet is under attack, and we want you on the team to help protect it. Sign up to join #TeamInternet!
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.