Tell the FCC: Restore Net Neutrality

The D.C. Circuit’s decision in the Verizon vs. FCC case dealt a huge blow to the open Internet. Right now there is no one protecting Internet users from ISPs that block or discriminate against websites, applications, or services. Companies like Verizon will now be able to block or slow down any website, application, or service they like. And they’ll be able to create tiered pricing structures with fast lanes for those who can afford the tolls and slow lanes for everyone else. It’s time for the new FCC leadership to correct the agency’s past mistakes and to reassert the agency’s clear authority over our nation’s communications infrastructure. To preserve the open Internet, the FCC must reclassify broadband Internet access as a telecommunications service. Use your authority to establish a solid legal footing for the vital policies and protections this court decision threatens.

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The D.C. Circuit’s decision in the Verizon vs. FCC case dealt a huge blow to the open Internet. Right now there is no one protecting Internet users from ISPs that block or discriminate against websites, applications, or services. Companies like Verizon will now be able to block or slow down any website, application, or service they like. And they’ll be able to create tiered pricing structures with fast lanes for those who can afford the tolls and slow lanes for everyone else. It’s time for the new FCC leadership to correct the agency’s past mistakes and to reassert the agency’s clear authority over our nation’s communications infrastructure. To preserve the open Internet, the FCC must reclassify broadband Internet access as a telecommunications service. Use your authority to establish a solid legal footing for the vital policies and protections this court decision threatens.

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