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To Plead Our Own Cause: What’s At Stake in the Fight for the Open Internet
On Thursday May 15th the Federal Communications Commission is set to vote on a proposal that would give corporations like Verizon and Comcast the power to create a fast lane and a slow lane on the Internet. The fast lane would be reserved for the privileged websites with the money to pay for quicker service.
Between now and then here are four things you can do to support:
1. Call the FCC: Tell them this proposal has got to go.
2. Let your friends know on Facebook and Twitter: Change your profile pic, cover photo or send a tweet to members of Congress.
3. Share Pictures: Show rather than tell the FCC how you feel. Share a picture on Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #mediajustice.
4. COME TO WASHINGTON D.C.: If you’re near D.C. and want to come down the rally begins at 9am outside the FCC.
Why is this your fight? Read more:
Meanwhile, thousands of people protested in Mexico over a bill to kill the Open Internet. The protests were successful in stopping the bill.
Editorial cartoon about the FCC’s Net Neutrality rules published by the New York Times
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