We've Almost Won the Fight for Net Neutrality

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has said that he will support Title II reclassification, exactly what we need to ensure that the Internet remains a fair playing field for all. We’ve almost won the fight for real net neutrality. 

But before the FCC votes on the rules on February 26, we have to ensure that cable industry lobbyists and their friends in Congress do not get in the way. They've already tried by pushing fake net neutrality legislation that would protect cable and telephone companies from real oversight.

Millions of comments to the FCC later, activists—lead by groups such as Fight for the Future and Free Press—have almost secured net neutrality for good. Write to Congress now and demand that your elected officials get out of the way. 

Net neutrality rally
Free Press activists rallied for net neutrality on President Obama's motorcade route in Los Angeles. (Photo by Stacie Isabella Turk/Ribbonhead, Creative Commons)

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