Save Net Neutrality — Stop the FCC

December 12, 2017

FCC, net neutrality


FCC to vote on repealing landmark net neutrality rules

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote on Thursday [December 14] to overturn its 2015 net neutrality rules, which require broadband providers to treat all internet traffic equally.

With Republicans controlling a majority of the commission’s seats, the repeal is expected to pass 3-2 along party lines …


Net neutrality affects everyone who uses the Internet. Congress can intervene to stop the vote. This protest is for all of us. “Break the Internet” for the 48 hours before the FCC vote.

Call Congress!

Call 1-844-USA-0234 to be immediately connected to your members of Congress

or use the form at Battle For The Net

Go to  Battle For The Net for creative ideas to use on various social media platforms.

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