Congress is getting ready to hold a vote on the future of Net Neutrality. Thursday, February 17th will be a national call-in day for everyone to call their members of Congress and urge them to support the open Internet.
Help us defend the internet by spreading the word! Next Thursday, Feb. 17th the #InternetStrikesBack
Congress is getting ready to decide if we will have any Net Neutrality rules at all. If the proposed bill passes it will not only repeal the FCC's current rules, but also prevent the FCC from making any net neutrality rules in the future. Without government-backed Net Neutrality rules ISPs will be free to pick and choose which websites work and which websites don't.
The Internet Strikes Back is a day - February 17th - where we are asking the Internet to call your Representative and tell them how important Net Neutrality is.
Go to www.TheInternetStrikesBack.org to find out more, get a button for your website, and even sign up to participate in advance. If you sign up in advance, you will get a text message on the 17th that will automatically connect you with your Representative.