28 Sep

We Disapprove!: Net Neutrality Under Attack Again

Net Neutrality Under Attack.... Again!

Corporate hardliners in the Senate are rushing to push through a measure to give phone and cable companies absolute, unrestricted power over the Internet. Called a “resolution of disapproval,” this measure would destroy all existing Net Neutrality protections and strip the FCC of its authority to protect Internet users – letting companies block our right to speak freely, connect with one another and share information on the Internet.

We need just 51 votes in the Senate to stop this free speech-killing measure in its tracks. Take action now to stand up for online freedom.

08 Oct

Protect Free Speech: It’s put up or shut up time on Net Neutrality

It’s put up or shut up time on Net Neutrality.

The fate of the open Internet is now in the hands of FCC Chairman Julius Genachokiws. He simply needs the courage to choose the right action… That’s where you come in. What should Chairman Genachowski do right now? (Answer by clicking your choice below):

A. Protect free speech and consumer choice on the Internet

or

B. Cave to lobbyists and let AT&T and Comcast take away our Internet freedom.

I’m guessing you clicked the first option. Seems obvious, right?

Genachowski has the power to deliver on Net Neutrality. He just needs to call a Commission vote to restore the FCC as a watchdog of our online rights by reclassifying Internet access under Title II of the Communications Act.

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