Friday, December 8, 2017, 8:00am

Break the Internet on Dec. 12 to Save Net Neutrality

Break the Internet on Dec. 12 to Save Net Neutrality

The FCC votes on net neutrality on December 14. Ajit Pai, chairman of the FCC, has resolutely ignored all the backlash he’s been facing over his move to end net neutrality, so on December 12, two days before the vote, BattleForTheNet.com, FightForTheFuture.org and tons of other sites are holding what they hope will be a huge protest that will move Congress to act.

Break the Internet
We have just days. The FCC is about to vote to end net neutrality – breaking the fundamental principle of the open Internet – and only an avalanche of calls to Congress can stop it. So this Tuesday, December 12th, “Break the Internet” on your site, on Twitter, Tumblr, Youtube or in whatever wild creative way you can to get your audience to contact Congress. That’s how we win. Are you in?

Find out how to participate right here.

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