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Will you submit an official comment urging the FCC to keep net neutrality protections in place?

Net neutrality protections are the reason internet service providers like Comcast and Verizon allow customers to access any site on the internet without restriction. Without net neutrality, you could end up paying more for websites such as streaming services, or facing such slow service that it makes viewing certain websites impossible.

The FCC has voted to move forward with a plan to repeal net neutrality protections.
Now, the public is once again free to submit formal comments on the plan. More than 2.6 million spoke out the last time our free and open internet was threatened – and we can do it again.

The internet as we know it will cease to exist if we don’t stand together and fight back.

Submit your official FCC comment today!

Posted on June 5, 2017.

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