The final word on Net Neutrality
We have one last chance to get voices on the public record ahead of the FCC's final crucial deadline on August 30.
We’re so close to winning on Net Neutrality.
FCC chairman Ajit Pai and his Big Telecom cronies asked for a fight when they launched a consultation to destroy the open Internet, and we sure have given them one.
More than 18 million comments have already been submittedto the FCC— the most in the organization’s history. We’re so grateful to all of you who have spoken up already — but now we need to ramp up the pressure before the final crucial deadline we have left, August 30.
If we don’t act now, we could see many of our favorite websites and services slowed to a crawl, and we’ll end up with an “Internet” that looks more like cable TV— a stagnant, boring machine where only those with money can reach an audience.
We need to show Pai and his pals why we support the Net Neutrality consumer safeguards — technically known as “Title II” — that the Internet depends on.
Let’s show decision-makers the Internet belongs to us, and not to price-gouging telecom giants who want to control what we say and do online.
This is the final round of comments, and the final chance to get your voice on the public record at the FCC. Please add your name now.