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Save Net Neutrality From The FCC

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Net neutrality, an Obama-era policy that that requires internet service providers to treat all traffic that flows through their networks equally, could be repealed next week. Some fear that repealing it would disproportionately impact small business owners.

Comcast, Verizon and AT&T want to end net neutrality so they can control what we see & do online. First, they want to gut FCC rules in a December 14 vote. Then, they plan to pass bad legislation that allows extra fees, throttling & censorship. But we can put a stop to all of this.

The new chairman (Ajit Pai) of the FCC was a top lawyer at Verizon. And now he's calling for a vote to kill net neutrality, as a gift to his former employer. So on December 7th we’re protesting outside Verizon retail stores across the U.S. to demand that the people of the internet can stop the FCC from destroying the Internet as we know it.

So let's put an end to all of this FCC nonsense; Sign this petition and this petition will be sent to FCC and the US government if we get at least 100 votes.




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