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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

HELP! Few Options Remain To Stop Scrapping Net Neutrality; One Man Made $15 Million As an Airbnb Host

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If you value 'net neutrality' and DON'T want to have your internet access restricted/monitored OR receive monthly itemized bills for every site you visit use the link below to go directly to the FCC public comment site and click on 'express' there (far right of screen) to let them know to PROTECT net neutrality. This could be moved forward as soon as Dec. 14:

PSA of the day:
The U.S. House of Representatives and the US Senate will not be involved in the upcoming vote to maintain net neutrality. Only five people at the FCC get to vote: Ajit Pai, Mignon Clyburn, Michael O'Rielly, Brendan Carr, and Jessica Rosenworcel.

Both Mignon and Jessica plan to vote keep net neutrality. To defeat the net neutrality repeal, one of the other three needs to change their vote. Two of them are former Verizon executives.

We must demonstrate immense people power ASAP. Please, please, please contact these people:
Ajit Pai: 202-418-2000 (he disconnected it I hear)
Michael O'Rielly: 202-418-2300
Brendan Carr 202.418.2200

Net neutrality is an INCREDIBLY important part of what all of us here online enjoy on a daily basis and of democracy. If you've never heard of it, google it... while you still can.
Please spread the word.

or.. if you sit back and do nothing...
When you start bitchin' that your company's website has slowed and the ISP is asking for $$ to speed it back up, or Netflix raises its fees to cover ISP surcharges because Net Neutrality was rescinded, do the rest of us a favor: Punch yourself in the face

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