Take a stand for a fair and open internet and restore net neutrality!
Last year, ‘Big Cable’ corporations like Verizon and Comcast pushed the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to pass a rule that lets corporations dictate where you go and what you do online. Without net neutrality, corporations can slow down or block content, institute ‘pay to play’ schemes, and manipulate your use of the internet to benefit their bottom line.
But a group of senators just announced that they are forcing a vote this week to overturn the FCC’s rule and restore net neutrality. The bill already has 50 votes! If we convince one more senator to stand up for net neutrality, we can win a huge victory for a free and open internet.
Thanks to a massive public outcry, including from Corporate Accountability members like you, we rallied support in the Senate to overturn the FCC’s rule and save net neutrality.
We have the support of the entire Democratic caucus and Senator Susan Collins of Maine. That’s 50 senators in support of overturning the FCC and saving net neutrality. We only need one more.
But we don’t have very much time. Tell the Senate to overturn the FCC and save net neutrality.
The vast majority of people in the U.S. support net neutrality. We need to make sure senators hear that message loud and clear.
This is the moment we have been waiting for — and we only need one more vote. Tell the Senate to restore a fair and open internet.