Protect the Open Internet Order

Net neutrality is under attack. The FCC is about to approve a proposal to roll back the critical net neutrality protections in the Open Internet Order. We can’t let that happen. It’s time to tell your lawmakers: Don’t let the FCC sell the Internet out.

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Please oppose Chairman Ajit Pai's attempt to roll back the FCC's existing net neutrality protections.

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The FCC’s 2015 Open Internet Order was a huge victory for Internet users. Thanks to the millions of us who spoke up for a free and open Internet, we won essential net neutrality protections.

Now those protections could disappear, as FCC Chairman Ajit Pai is about to reverse the Open Internet Order and give major telecommunications companies an unprecedented level of control over how we use the Internet.

Under Pai’s plan, the FCC would relinquish its authority to enforce its common-sense, light-touch net neutrality rules, thus giving ISPs free rein to engage in unfair practices like site blocking and throttling.

Please tell your members of Congress to oppose efforts to roll back net neutrality protections.