Restore Net Neutrality

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The FCC removed the Net Neutrality rule on December 15. As a result ISPs (AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, etc.) can ration bandwidth to content providers and users, block access to websites, and censor the Internet. The effects can include higher fees charged by content providers and ISP bandwidth "plans" for Internet use similar to those for cell phone use.

 We ask that ISPs petition the FCC to restore Net Neutrality. That restoration can be a return to the previous rule or a rule that removes the authority for ISPs to throttle bandwidth use by content providers.

Alternatively, all ISPs should commit to the principles of net neutrality and that commitment be made a part of the Terms of Use provided to customers.  ISPs that do not commit to the principles of net neutrality must clearly state that on their customer agreements and Terms of Use and require the customer to initial the specific clause.



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