Net Neutrality!


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The FCC voted to kill net neutrality and let ISPs like Comcast and Verizon ruin the Internet with throttling, censorship, and new fees. But the Senate is about to vote on a resolution to overrule them and save the Internet using the Congressional Review Act (CRA). We only need one more vote to win. Write your lawmakers now!

Together, we’re making a difference

Since the FCC voted to remove Title II protections for net neutrality, we’ve been working hard to convince our lawmakers to use the Congressional Review Act (CRA) to overrule the FCC’s disastrous decision … and the American public has responded! Here’s what we’ve been able to accomplish so far:

  • 1,319,780
    Emails sent to Congress
    241,397
    Phone calls made to Congress
    14,760
    Messages sent to Congress by text
    1,494,291
    Petition signatures
    5,689
    Businesses supporting the CRA
  • Emails sent to Congress
    241,397
    Phone calls made to Congress
    14,760
    Messages sent to Congress by text
    1,494,291
    Petition signatures
    5,689
    Businesses supporting the CRA
  • Emails sent to Congress
    241,397
    Phone calls made to Congress
    14,760
    Messages sent to Congress by text
    1,494,291
    Petition signatures
    5,689
    Businesses supporting the CRA
  • 241,397
    Phone calls made to Congress
    14,760
    Messages sent to Congress by text
    1,494,291
    Petition signatures
    5,689
    Businesses supporting the CRA

Do you run a website? Use it to join the Red Alert.

Congress can vote to stop the FCC, but to make that happen we need a massive volume of phone calls to Congress. Sites will go on Red Alert from May 9th until the Senate votes a week or so later. Can you join us for all or some of it?

If you have a website, you can display a prominent alert on your site that asks your visitors to contact Congress. Click here for a demo, grab the code on GitHub, or use one of these banners. The alert will appear once per user per day and users can easily click away. You can link the banners directly to this website.

Go to this site and follow instructions.

https://www.battleforthenet.com

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