Comcast, Verizon and AT&T wants to end net neutrality so they can charge extra fees & control what we see & do online. Governments across the world – including those in the US and UK – are posing a threat to internet freedom through "hasty" legislation passed due to security fears, the head of an international media watchdog has warned. 

According to BattleForTheInternet.com, C
ongress is split into two sides as well. On the one side, there's Team Cable: the members of Congress who will side with the cable companies and oppose net neutrality no matter what their constituents think. On the other, there's Team Internet: the ones who understand the Internet and have spoken out against the FCC's plan to gut net neutrality rules. Then there are some unkowns who just haven't taken a stand yet. We need to hold Team Cable accountable, and pressure the unknowns to join Team Internet. Learn more.



Tuesday, July 18, 2017







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