..On July 12th, the world-wide web came together to defend Net Neutrality, a law that protects the internet from big corporate greed & censorship.
..By the end of the day the US Congress had received more than 3 million emails & 100,000 phone calls in support of keeping current Net Neutrality laws as they are. More than 1.7 million comments are also on their way to the FCC – Federal Communications Commission. This is a new record for a single day so comments are being sent in batches so as not to crash the slow FCC servers.
..Google, Facebook, YouTube, Expedia, Yelp, Netflix, GitHub, Bit Torrent, Spotify & many more mega-sites rallied their users to participate in action to save the internet. See how they participated
..But the internet is not saved yet! There’s more to be done. If you haven’t signed a petition to keep the internet open & free from corporate greed & censorship, please do so now. We can’t allow big business to turn the internet into a “pay-to-play” scenario such as cable TV. Sign Petition
..Imagine a world in which AT&T, Comcast & Version tell Google & Facebook what they can/cannot put on the web & tell YOU what you can/cannot see and/or do on the web. Sign Petition
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