Call to fight for Net Neutrality – otherwise pay more for slow internet!


Americans overwhelmingly support Net Neutrality — and it looks like the FCC is actually poised to pass meaningful rules in a few weeks, just like we’ve been asking them to do for months.  Our activism has been working.

But now certain members of Congress are trying to hijack the process by introducing legislation that would undercut us.  

Will you call key members of Congress to tell them not to undermine our work?  It’ll just take a minute, and could save the Internet.

Our opponents in Congress are holding hearings on Net Neutrality TODAY, in an attempt to intimidate the FCC out of moving forward with strong rules.  They’re just doing Comcast’s dirty work.
They’ve even called in all of the ISPs’ paid shills to repeat lies about why Net Neutrality is bad.  But we know exactly why Comcast and the other ISPs oppose us: Because they want to shift content into slow lanes so they can shake down websites for fees and make even deeper profits — while increasing costs for all of us.

Now that we’ve gotten this far, Congress had better not undermine us — Please click here to tell them to step off.  It’ll just take a minute, and could save the Internet.

We’ve come so far!  And if we keep it up, by spring we’ll have secured real Net Neutrality rules and protected the open Internet and all that we love about it.
-Demand Progress

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