Tell Congress: Don't Surrender the Internet

Net neutrality is under serious threat. President Trump's FCC Chairman Ajit Pai plans to roll back critical net neutrality protections. We can't let that happen. It's time to tell your lawmakers: Don't let the FCC surrender the Internet.

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

Now those protections could disappear, as Chairman Pai is considering reversing the Open Internet Order and handing control over the Internet to major telecommunications companies.

In place of the clear rules established by the FCC's Open Internet Order, Pai wants to substitute voluntary industry promises to uphold some net neutrality principles. We need to let Congress know that we won’t trade real protections for empty promises.

June 25, 2017

As your constituent, I'm writing to urge you to protect the FCC's 2015 Open Internet Order.

According to recent news reports by the Wall Street Journal and Reuters, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai plans to reverse the FCC's reclassification of broadband Internet providers as common carriers, and substitute the FCC's net neutrality rules with empty industry promises.

Please oppose any attempt by Chairman Pai to roll back the FCC's net neutrality protections. In addition, please oppose any effort in Congress to undermine the Open Internet Order.

A free and open Internet is essential for a free society. I urge you to resist attempts to weaken net neutrality protections and entrench Internet monopolies.

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