Save Net Neutrality





About the movement

Save Net Neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently voted 3-2 to repeal net neutrality regulations that safeguard the Internet as an open and accessible destination for all. In moving to end net neutrality, the FCC gave big communications companies the ability to potentially to charge extra fees, block and censor users, create paid “fast” lanes, and throttle internet speeds.

At, we believe that people everywhere should have the tools they need to make their voices heard. If you support saving net neutrality and standing up to the FCC's recent vote, join the movement and support the campaigns below that call for an open Internet. 

Petitions in the movement