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The FCC officially gutted the open internet, allowing your cable company to scam you for more money, censor websites, and slow down online content.
Congress can stop this, but many lawmakers are in the pocket of Big Cable.
Unfortunately, Internet providers ignored this policy and even actively sued the federal government to destroy net neutrality protections … Their anti-consumer practices finally convinced the FCC to issue the Open Internet Order as a last resort in 2015.
But under new leadership, the FCC has removed these regulations, threatening to end the web as we know it.
But now we’re fighting an uphill battle to get the House of Representatives to do the same.
It’s not going to be easy, but if the whole Internet comes together to fight, we can win.
Members of Team Internet support free speech and free markets online through meaningful, enforceable net neutrality laws.
We are everyday Americans from across the political spectrum. We are startups, tech giants and grassroots organizations with millions of members.
Our elected officials in Congress can overrule the FCC and save net neutrality using the Congressional Review Act (CRA). The CRA resolution passed the Senate 52-47 in a historic upset.Try it out for yourself by clicking the button below: Try it out It’s easy to use.Simply add the line of code below to your website’s header.Fill out the form to contact Congress and find out whether your reps sold you out. We need to channel that anger productively and flood House lawmakers with calls and emails demanding that they use the Congressional Review Act (CRA) to overrule the FCC.The FCC’s repeal of net neutrality officially kicked in on June 11th. But with each second that passes until net neutrality is restored, it will be slowly dying as Internet providers like AT&T, Verizon and Comcast raise prices, prioritize data, and eliminate competition. So take whatever corner of the Internet that you control — whether it’s a major platform or a personal Instagram account — and harness its reach to pressure Congress.