Saturday, November 22, 2014

Tell the FCC Commissioner to uphold Net Neutrality

From Fight For The Future:

This is really frustrating. FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn is doing a reddit AMA (ask me anything) right now, and it seems like she’s dodging questions and backpedaling on her previously staunch support for real Title II net neutrality.

This is a bad sign. The FCC decided this morning to delay their net neutrality decision, and Commissioner Clyburn’s comments are very concerning. She needs to hear from the Internet public right away. There is overwhelming public consensus calling for Title II net neutrality, this is not the time for her to be hiding behind vague answers and repeating Cable talking points.

Will you send her a personal email? Here’s her address:

Please be polite, but firm, and tell her you were disappointed to see her wavering on net neutrality during her reddit AMA. Ask her to do everything in her power to ensure that the FCC votes on Title II net neutrality in January.

These personal emails really make a difference and they do really go through to her email, which makes it much more impactful than just signing a petition.

Click here to send FCC Commissioner Clyburn a personal email.

(If the link doesn’t work, just copy and paste this address:

Everyone at the FCC needs to know that they can’t get away with nonsense right now. The public is watching their every move and we will know if they are selling us out.

Thanks for all that you do. Victory is within sight, keep up the good work!


-Holmes Wilson

Fight for the Future

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