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Thursday, February 19, 2015
Net Neutrality & Congress
Something important is happening in Washington, D.C. that you should know about. In just eight days, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote on the latest net neutrality proposal. This is a big deal, and we want the FCC to pass the proposed protections for net neutrality as they are written.
But to be clear: Net neutrality is not a done deal.
Corporate giants are lobbying hard against the FCC’s proposal, looking to sway votes to weaken it. If they succeed, it means Internet fast lanes for them, leaving slow lanes for the rest of us. Together we can prevent Big Cable from restricting Internet access, stifling innovation, hindering creativity and reducing user choice. Sign our petition to keep the Internet equal for all. Make your voice heard in Washington today, before it’s too late.