We’re keeping track of who supports net neutrality … The ones in green have signed a discharge petition in support of net neutrality, so let them know you appreciate their support. View Full Map Net neutrality is the principle that everyone should have access to websites and apps, preventing Internet providers like Comcast & Verizon from creating “fast lanes,” censoring content, throttling traffic and even outright blocking access to their competitor's products.
The ones in red need to be convinced, so let them know how important this issue is to you. This principle has guided the world wide web from the beginning, and has been protected by federal policy under Republican AND Democrat leadership since the early 2000s.
Check out the list below to see who’s taken action to save net neutrality: Team Cable wants to end net neutrality so they can control and tax the Internet.
Team Cable lies about the effects of net neutrality on the free market and ignores blatant corruption in the regulatory process.
Unfortunately, Internet providers ignored this policy and even actively sued the federal government to destroy net neutrality protections … Their anti-consumer practices finally convinced the FCC to issue the Open Internet Order as a last resort in 2015.
But under new leadership, the FCC has removed these regulations, threatening to end the web as we know it.
In the House, we’ll need a simple majority of sign on to a "discharge petition” in order to force a vote past leadership to the floor.
That means we’ll need to convince all the Democrats and about 25 Republicans to support the CRA.
The site features include a group chat room, private messaging system, instant messenger, photo albums, vides albums, virtual gifts, flirts and advanced search features.
But now we’re fighting an uphill battle to get the House of Representatives to do the same.
It’s not going to be easy, but if the whole Internet comes together to fight, we can win.
Many more have taken action on other sites or contacted their lawmakers directly. Check out the map below to find a protest or a meeting with a representative in your state.
To help convince the House, contact congress now and add to these numbers. Below you'll find a link to a list of your state's Senators and Representatives. And if there are no events in your area, consider organizing one!