Dear Friend of Digital Freedom,
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has made a dangerous proposal to destroy the FCC’s net neutrality rules—the very same rules that keep Internet providers like Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T from choosing which websites you can and can’t access and how fast those websites will load. But before he can enact this terrible plan, he has to make the proposal publicly available and accept comments from regular people about how it would affect them. That’s where you come in.
We’ve launched a new tool to send your unique comment to the commission: DearFCC.org. Simply answer a few questions about why the Internet is important to you, and we’ll help you send your message to the FCC.
Net neutrality is fundamental to our democracy. We can’t let Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon monopolize the Internet and decide which websites we’re allowed to access. At a time when many people across the country have only one choice for high-speed broadband Internet access, customers have no way of holding ISPs accountable. The clear, light-touch rules enacted by the FCC in 2015 are our best hope for protecting a free and open Internet.
Let’s send Chairman Pai a message: this is our Internet andwe’ll fight to protect it.
Electronic Frontier Foundation
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