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People Are Sending This Letter to Congress to Protect Net Neutrality

Big business is trying to kill the Internet as we know it, but the fight is far from over.
July 12, 2017, 3:30pm
Photo courtesy of Fight for the Future

Right now the Internet operates according to net neutrality, which ensures your experience online is protected from the interference of Internet Service Providers--think big cable companies like Comcast, AT&T and Verizon. Without these guidelines in place, Internet providers could block, censor or raise prices for content online without any legal repercussions. Sites like the one you're reading this article on or your favorite cat video outlet or social media platforms could be affected if the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) revokes the freedom of the web.

Fight for the Future is leading the charge to safeguard the FCC's Open Internet Rules on net neutrality. They're inviting everyone to submit a comment to the FCC and Congress and give the option to call your members of Congress. It's easy, and every voice counts so put your information down below. Take action today to protect the Internet of tomorrow.