The FCC will be voting to repeal Net Neutrality in just under a month. Now's your chance to help fight this. Call your local Congressperson, tell them that you are AGAINST the FCC's decision to revoke Title II for Net Neutrality, and that you want them to publicly speak out against their decision. Go to this website for more information. It only takes 2 minutes to call your Congressperson and help fight against this Corruption: https://www.battleforthenet.com/ This is not a political issue., this is a fight for internet freedom. There are no political boundaries. If we all work together, we can keep our internet free.
Too socially anxious to call Congress? You can text them! Text 'resist' to 504-09 . The people in charge of this will then find your representatives and senators, and automatically send them a formal letter expressing your feelings about the FCC repealing Net Neutrality. NOTE: Since so many people are doing this, it'll take a while before you get connected. But rest-assured, you'll get there eventually. Share this with as many people as possible. Are you still unsure of what Net Neutrality is? Well, here's a brief overview: Net Neutrality is the idea that all parts of the internet should be treated equally. Internet Service Providers must provide the best service as possible. However, the FCC is trying to take that away. What'll happen without Net Neutrality? Well, a variety of things can happen. Some examples include... -Slower internet speeds -Internet service costing more -Websites being forcibly slowed because they can't pay million-dollar premiums -ISPs being able to restrict what you see and do online. -'Packages' that make you pay extra money for certain websites you use -ISPs tracking what you see and do on the internet, and sell it to companies without your consent. This is a serious problem, and we need all the support we can get. It takes no more than 2 minutes to call your Congressperson. Do your part, save the Internet
Don't live in the US?
Share this with your American friends and post this on other forums. There is no way the removal of NET neutrality can possibly be a good thing.
This message was mostly copy and pasted from a Discord server, which may not be able to continue to exist without NET neutrality.