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Net Neutrality Update

  • On (February 27), internet users, small businesses, online communities, public-interest groups, and popular websites will mobilize to flood lawmakers with calls, emails and tweets. Our goal: to secure the final vote in the Senate needed to pass a resolution of disapproval that would overturn the FCC’s Net Neutrality repeal.
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  • Related: Net Neutrality Fight Shifts To The States

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February 21, 2018 | Breaking: The Net Neutrality repeal (has) become official. The FCC (published) its Net Neutrality rollback in the Federal Register (Thursday, February 22), which means that Congress will be able to examine the rules and move forward with a vote to reverse them.This also means that we have a limited amount of time to get all of our elected officials on board to save the open internet — but we have a plan to get there.

Millions of people have spoken out against the FCC’s Net Neutrality repeal because they recognize how important the open internet is for racial justice, free expression, innovation and economic opportunity. The momentum we’ve seen has been grassroots and creative, and gives us hope for the future. We're working to create a world where people have the information and opportunities they need to tell their own stories, hold leaders accountable, and participate in our democracy. We fight to save the free and open internet, curb runaway media consolidation, protect press freedom, and ensure diverse voices are represented in our media.

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Net Neutrality Fight Shifts To The States, Jenni Bergal, Huff Post Chestnut protests near the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, D.C., last month. The FCC voted to repeal net neutrality rules, prompting officials in a growing number of states to fight back with lawsuits and proposed legislation. Carolyn Kaster, Associated Press (AP)

  • Some state officials want to take action to protect their residents against the FCC’s decision to repeal net neutrality.
  • The Internet Association, a trade group that represents tech companies such as Amazon, Facebook and Google, has announced that it too will join the upcoming legal fight. grow the movement! Share this story with your friends.