Saving Private Internet


The Internet is under attack again, a virus? a hacker? Putin? Anonymous?  No, but if we use internet nomenclature we can say that when Obama appointed Tom Wheeler  as chairman of the FCC (a former cable industry lobbyist) we got a Trojan filled with worms.

“Stop the FCC from Breaking the Internet

People everywhere understand that the Internet is a crucial driver of free speech, innovation, education, economic growth, creativity and so much more. They demand real Net Neutrality rules that protect Internet users from corporate abuse.

But the Federal Communications Commission is proposing rules that would kill — rather than protect — Net Neutrality and allow rampant discrimination online.

Under these rules, telecom giants like AT&T, Comcast and Verizon would be able to pick winners and losers online and discriminate against online content and applications. And no one would be able to do anything about it.

We must stop the FCC from moving forward with these rules, which would give the green light to ISPs eager to crush Net Neutrality.

The agency can preserve Net Neutrality only by designating broadband as a telecommunications service under the law. Anything else is an attack on our rights to connect and communicate.

Tell FCC Chairman Wheeler to throw out his proposed rules. Demand nothing less than real Net Neutrality.”


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861 Responses to Saving Private Internet

  1. Caller no. 8 says:

    Tin Hat Trio ~ Fire Of Ada

  2. fi says:

    Good morning, my ‘puter appears to spluttering this morning, it keeps freezing here and there, I trust we are all well!

  3. Caller no. 8 says:

    Man Or Astro-Man? ~ EEVIAC (Embedded Electronic Variably Integrated Astro Console)

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