Protect net neutrality
Thanks to the Obama administration, net neutrality is the law of the land.
That means everyone is guaranteed equal access to a free and open internet. But this administration wants to end that protection. Instead, big telecommunications companies would act as paid gatekeepers with the ability to block certain content, prioritize their own content and intentionally slow consumers' service.
OFA has joined a broad coalition to participate in a digital day of action to bring awareness to this important issue. We are collecting comments to submit to the administration before the deadline on July 17—make sure your voice is heard and submit a comment today.
ADD A COMMENT:
Net neutrality guarantees a free and open internet. Without it, internet service providers could block or censor websites, or create “fast” and “slow” lanes. ISPs can't be allowed to abuse their position, potentially hurting businesses and consumers across the country, and privileging their own content over competitors. Revoking net neutrality by changing the Title II classification of internet access would be bad for people, bad for competition and entrepreneurship, and it's bad for the internet. I fully support keeping the current Title II classification of internet access and keeping the internet free and open.
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