Red Alert: Don’t Let The Internet Turn Into Cable TV (Updated)

Red Alert For Net Neutrality

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Updated: May 16, 2018 Please take action; write and call your Congress person now!

TheRealNews on May 8, 2018

Several dozen websites and organizations are launching a campaign in support of net neutrality ahead of an upcoming US Senate vote on whether to rescind the FCC’s decision to get rid of net neutrality. Craig Aaron on Free Press discusses the plan and the prospects.

Transcript

Updated: May 16, 2018

Take Action!

The Senate voted to save net neutrality. Now we need the House of Representatives to do the same, or else the FCC will let ISPs like Comcast and Verizon ruin the internet with throttling, censorship and unnecessary fees. Write your lawmakers now!

via https://www.battleforthenet.com/redalert/

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Updated: May 16, 2018

BREAKING: Net Neutrality Gets MAJOR Senate Victory

TYT Politics on May 16, 2018

TYT Politics’ Emma Vigeland (https://Twitter.com/EmmaVigeland) discusses the breaking news that the Senate has voted to reverse the FCC’s December action scrapping net neutrality rules.

From the archives:

Take Heart From the Example of Salt by Rivera Sun + What’s Next for Net Neutrality?

The FCC’s Plan to End Net Neutrality: What You Need to Know by Candace Clement + Take Action! (updated)

Censorship: The Death Knell of Democracy

The Internet is Under Attack–Save Net Neutrality

Nothing is More Important Right Now Than Preserving Net Neutrality

Closing the Doors of Democracy, by Ralph Nader

Moyers & Company: Is Net Neutrality Dead? + FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler Holds Press Conference After Vote + John Oliver: Preventing Cable Company Fuckery

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