Thursday, November 9, 2017
Tell your Rep to stop the Trump FCC’s attack on net neutrality
No beating around the bush here, this is bad news.
Trump’s FCC Chairman Ajit Pai – a former top Verizon lawyer – is expected to announce a vote on his plan to end net neutrality as soon as November 22, the day before Thanksgiving.
It would be a disaster. Net neutrality rules are what protect the free and open internet, by stopping Big Cable companies like Comcast and Verizon from blocking, censoring, or controlling what we see and do online.
Click here to make a quick call to Congress. Tell your Rep to stop the Trump FCC’s attack on net neutrality.
But I’ve got some good news, too: We’re hearing that key lawmakers in Congress are considering taking action to slow down the Trump FCC’s assault on the internet.
But we know from experience that Congress will only act if they hear their constituents demanding it – we need to send in a flood of phone calls from constituents telling them to stand up and save net neutrality.