The Federal Communications Commission has voted 3-2 to undo net neutrality protections. If the rule change isn't stopped, big telecommunications companies will soon be able to control how we use the internet - that's a disaster for democracy.
This wasn't something Americans needed or wanted. Broadband companies like Comcast, AT&T, Time Warner, and others have spent $572 million over the last 8 years lobbying Congress and the FCC. It's no surprise that the FCC's commissioners are listening to telecom's big money rather than our voices.
But we can still save Net Neutrality - by taking the fight to Congress.
Members of Congress that support Neutrality have an option: They can use the Congressional Review Act to fight this disastrous FCC move. We have 60 legislative days to pressure Congress to act.
Each of us needs to raise our voice to push our members of Congress to represent our interests and reverse the FCC’s dismantling of net neutrality.
We can't allow millions of dollars from Comcast and AT&T to overpower the voices of millions of Americans who want a free and fair internet. The principle of a just, equal, and responsive democracy is at stake.
By signing this petition, you commit to standing with regular people, not corporate cash, and demand your members of Congress stop this decision and oppose Net Neutrality.