Saturday, May 26, 2007

Save The Internet

Phone and cable company lobbyists are back on the attack in Washington. You can help stop them again by taking five minutes to save the Internet. The Federal Communications Commission needs to hear your story about why an open Internet is important to your work, your family and our democracy.

Save the Internet: Tell Your Story to the FCC

Last year, more than 1.5 million Americans spoke out to stop the big phone and cable companies from killing Net Neutrality in Congress. Now industry lobbyists are pressuring the FCC to rule against the one principle that protects your freedom to choose online. That's why it is so important for you to speak out now.

FCC recently launched an official inquiry into Net Neutrality. They're already hearing plenty from AT&T, Verizon and Comcast--who want to be the gatekeepers deciding what you can do online. Now they need to hear from you.

At, you can send your concerns directly to the FCC, read stories from others, watch new videos, and join a national conversation about the future of the Internet.

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