The Fight to Save Net Neutrality

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On May 15, 2014, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler proposed rules that would allow rampant discrimination online. Since then, millions of people have spoken out for real Net Neutrality. 

Under these rules, telecom giants like AT&T, Comcast and Verizon would be able to create a two-tiered Internet, with fast lanes for the few who could afford the tolls and slow dirt roads for the rest of us. These companies would have the power to pick winners and losers online and discriminate against online content and applications. And no one would be able to do anything about it.

The agency can preserve Net Neutrality only by reclassifying broadband as a telecommunications service. This is the only way to protect the open Internet. Anything else is an attack on our rights to connect and communicate.


The Latest

Legally Dubious Hybrid Proposals Won't Protect Internet Users
On Oct. 30, news broke of the that the FCC was revising its proposed rules from May. But the new approach won't protect Internet users. 

It's True: The FCC's 'Open Internet' Proposal Would Bless Internet Discrimination and Destroy Net Neutrality
Wondering what to make of the FCC's proposal? Read on.

Net Neutrality FAQs: What You Need to Know Now
The FCC proposed a new set of rules that would allow rampant discrimination online.

What Net Neutrality Means for Communities of Color
Thanks to structural inequalities in our nation’s media system, media outlets have been able to get away with marginalizing and stereotyping people of color. The fight to protect Internet freedom is critical to ensuring that communities of color control their own images and tell their own stories in the digital age.

Learn More So You Can Fight Back

Net Neutrality: So ... Now What?
With the FCC's new rules out, find out more about where we go from here.

Reclassification Is Not a Dirty Word
It's time we got serious about the “R” word. And no, we're not talking about “regulation.”

The FCC's Shrinking Authority Isn't Enough to Save Net Neutrality
The FCC truly has no ability to protect the open Internet without reclassifying broadband and treating access providers as the common carriers they obviously are.

Five Epic Fails in the FCC's New Net Neutrality Plan
The FCC's proposal is a timid and ultimately ineffective response to the threats facing Internet users.

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Click here to find out what you can do now to save Net Neutrality. 

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