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 Message from  Fight for the Future: "Every day our movement is growing. We can save the Internet." as a digital activists I support some advocacy groups as we are all part of finding solutions to benefit innocent humanity I am not a USA citizen and we all use the Internet

If you believe in net neutrality sign the 1,000 signatures in time for the May 15th FCC

WASHINGTON — In the nine weeks since the Federal Communications Commission said it would try, for a third time, to write new rules to secure an open Internet, at least 69 companies, interest groups and trade associations — over one a day — have met with or otherwise lobbied commission officials on what the rules should specify.

That effort does not count the more than 10,000 comments that individuals have submitted to the F.C.C.


According to the 2010 FCC order, ISPs “shall not block lawful content, applications, services or non-harmful devices, subject to reasonable network management.” It said ISPs “shall not unreasonably discriminate in transmitting lawful traffic over a consumer’s broadband Internet access service.”The Washington courts ruling said net neutrality was not needed because users “can go to another broadband provider if they want to reach particular edge providers or if their connections to particular edge providers have been degraded.”Opponents of the ruling say the decision could lead to an Internet that is vastly different from what American surfers are used to today, particularly because ISPs could charge extra for certain content or slow down the content delivery of competitors.

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First Country To Make Broadband Access A Legal Right and do though read the comments .... learning curve

FCC's new net neutrality rules opposed by 100+ internet companies