#NetNeutrality

By Ben Brown

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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to undo a 2015 move that enforced #NetNeutrality–the idea that no Internet Service Providers (e.g. Comcast, AT&T, Verizon) could act as a gatekeeper and play favorites to different types of content. Now, these companies can speed up or slow down websites at will, as well as block them outright.

However, the fight is not over! Congress can still intervene and overturn the FCC’s decision to restore our #NetNeutrality protections.

The time is NOW to add your voice! Contact your reps and tell them to fight for #NetNeutrality.

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