July 12th is Day of Action for Net Neutrality

As a Cordcutter, you probably know about Net Neutrality – the government regulation that forces ISPs to treat all internet traffic the same without making certain sites slower, or charging for “internet fast lanes”. The current administration in the US has put Ajit V. Pai in charge of the FCC, and he has vowed to get rid of Net Neutrality for his lobbyists at AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon.

We defeated SOPA, we defeated PIPA, and now we have to defeat the FCC reclassification that would allow internet fast lanes once again. Here’s TotalBiscuit for more: 

So go to https://www.battleforthenet.com and write your representatives. They often say no one is reaching out to them and that it must not be an important issue, but it is! Cordcuttingworld stands with internet freedom, please do your part and take a minute to write your representatives.

Thanks.

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