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The Senate Has Voted to Save Net Neutrality – Now It’s YOUR Turn!

The Senate voted on the 15th of May to save net neutrality. But the battle is not over yet! The House of Representatives need to do the same. Otherwise the FCC will let internet service provider ruin the internet. (slow connections, more censorship and more fees!)

On this website I want to show you several ways how you can stop this development and take part in the online activism towards Net Neutrality.

Scroll Down to find out how you can save Net Neutrality!

 

🚨This is a Red Alert for Net Neutrality 🚨

 

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Step 1 to Save Net Neutrality – Go To Battleforthenet.com

This step will take you 1 minute maximum. Write congress a letter. Sounds like a lot of work?

Go to battleforthenet.com there you will already find a template. So you just need to type in your Name, Email, Address and Phone (optional). The letter you can modify or just send it out as it is.

On the left is the example I have send out. As you can see easy form to fill out. And battleforthenet.com does not spam you.

I have only received information regarding Net Neutrality max 1 email in two weeks.

Go to Battle for the Net

 

Step 2 to Save Net Neutrality – Sign the Petition “Save Net Neutrality” on Change.org

Similar step as step one head over to Change.org and sign up for the Net Neutrality Petition.

While I signed the petition there were already 2,4 mio people that signed the petition! Be one of us! Also here super simple just type in your Name, Email and hit Sign this petition!

What I find interesting about this petition is that Change.org, who runs a petition platform started this petition.The Net Neutrality issue is one that actually threatens the mission of Change.org:

“Making sure that people everywhere have the tools to make their voices heard.”

Please support equal and fair access to the Internet.

Go to Change.org

 

Step 3 to Save Net Neutrality – Submit a Filing to the FCC

The FCC vote on Net Neutrality might be already decided, but there is a possibility that this issue could make its way back to the government agency.

A Filing to the FCC is a good way to express your support towards Net Neutrality and other open internet laws.

Just go to this website. Under Proceeding(s) write “17-108″ and then fill out the rest of the form with your information. In the comments box at the bottom write that you support Net Neutrality and Title 2 oversight of ISPs.

Go to the FCC

Step 4 to Save Net Neutrality – Email the FCC Leadership

Email (yes bombarding should also help) the leaders of the FCC to show that you support Net Neutrality.

Here are the email addresses:

  • Ajit Pai Chairman – Ajit.Pai@fcc.gov
  • Mignon Clyburn, Commissioner – Mignon.Clyburn@fcc.gov
  • Michael O’Rielly, Commissioner – Mike.O‘Rielly@fcc.gov
  • Brendan Carr, Commissioner – Brendan.Carr@fcc.gov
  • Jessica Rosenworcel, Commissioner – Jessica.Rosenworcel@fcc.gov

Please stay polite while sending an email to these gentlemen.

Step 5 to Save Net Neutrality – Join a protest or event in your area.

Make your voice heard! It’s time to go on the street and join a demonstration. Click on the map and type in your Zip code to find the closest demonstration. If there is no demonstration in your area. You could start one!

Step 6 to Save Net Neutrality – Tweet Donald Trump

This is actually one of my favorite. I doubt that Donald Trump actually read your tweet but if several hundred/thousand people would send tweets out it would create more awareness. Give it a go if you have a twitter just copy this tweet and send it out:

Dear @realDonaldTrump have #netneutralty on your agenda. Big topic!🚨 For all the others write congress https://www.battleforthenet.com/ & follow these steps https://vpnpioneer.com/net-neutrality/ help to #SaveNetNeutrality and #stopfcc

Even Julian Assange had a similar idea:

The Snowball Effect

So Net Neutrality is a important matter to you? Then use the snowball effect. Invite all your friends to join the movement. Let them repeat step 1 to 6 to increase awareness. Start small and end with something bigger!

Here are several ideas to let the snowball roll.

1. Snowball Power! – Like this Page on Social Media

This takes a second click on the like button below:

2. Snowball Effect! – Share this Page on Social Media

How to share this Page on Facebook

  1. Scroll to the top of your News Feed and click the text next to your profile picture. Copy and Paste this text:

🚨URGENT! Take NOW a Step to Save Net Neutrality. Go to https://vpnpioneer.com/net-neutrality/ and follow the steps. #StopTheFCC #SaveNetNeutrality #netneutrality #TeamInternet Share this Post with your friends!!🚨

Repeat this Step on Twitter

You got twitter? Great! Then just copy and tweet this out to the world:

🚨URGENT! Take NOW a Step to Save Net Neutrality. Go to https://vpnpioneer.com/net-neutrality/ and follow the steps. #StopTheFCC #SaveNetNeutrality #netneutrality #TeamInternet Share this Post with your friends!!🚨

What is Net Neutrality? Why Does It Matter to Me?

For quick understanding take a look at the info graphic below:

As you can see we have at the moment Net Neutrality. Internet service providers like Verizon, AT&T or Comcast treat all content that is going through their servers, cables and cell towers equally. This means they are not able to decide that some data should end up in “fast lanes” and/or blocking, discriminating or slowing other data.

For example ISP (Internet Service Provider) shouldn’t be able to block you from accessing a service like Spotify, Skype or smaller Websites. In addition to blocking they could slow down Video streaming websites like Netflix or Youtube in order to encourage you to buy a more expensive “entertainment package”.

Advertisement of the Future. The Internet without Net Neutrality!

Take a look at the image below. That could be an advertisement of the Future in a world without Net Neutrality.

Net neutrality is crucial to keep the internet an open playing field for innovation. If internet service provider are allowed to pick favorite companies/web sites, new websites and technologies will have a hard time to grow. (Monopolization)

If internet providers would have blocked or limited download speed for video streaming websites in the mid 2000s. There is a good chance we would not have Youtube or Netflix today.

Net Neutrality is Crucial for Freedom of Speech

Net Neutrality is also important for the Freedom of Speech. If a small amount of large companies controls the internet service market, they receive power over what you will see in the search results and even what content you are allowed to access. This puts an enormous amount of power into the hands  of these corporations with the possibility to suppress critical views and other Opinions. A website like mine you might only be able to see if you have purchased a certain package.

That’s why it is critical that you take action as I have written in this blog post! Start at step 1 and help to keep the web net neutral!


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