Censorship & Fees: What Will Happen If The FCC Ends Net Neutrality.

We have just days. The FCC is about to vote to end net neutrality—breaking the fundamental principle of the open Internet—and only an avalanche of calls to Congress can stop it.

So this Tuesday, December 12th, “Break the Internet” on your site, on Twitter, Tumblr, Youtube or in whatever wild creative way you can to get your audience to contact Congress. That’s how we win. Are you in?

Click here to join the battle!

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  1. […] In December Prince Harry interviewed former President Barack Obama and we were reminded that the world is safer than it’s been in generations. (Remember, not too long ago 60 Million people died in global world wars). And while I know it doesn’t always feel safer, it’s true that the world is in a better place. The biggest change was the internet. We not only had much more access to information, we actually wanted to know what was happening in the world. And that knowledge raised questions, as it should, about how the global system operates especially how it impacted humanity. The internet and our access to the global community allowed us to exam how world wars happen and the benefits it had to a society. The exposure and scrutiny led to mobilized efforts and online and offline socialization that changed the way we thought, the way we shopped and our expectations of our elected officials. But now our democracy is under fire, this year the FCC rescinded net neutrality.. […]

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