We’re proud to join Fight for the Future and dozens of other leading grassroots organizations and web platforms on Team Internet in the Battle for the Net. 
The Federal Communications Commission invited public comments on its website, and The New York Times reported earlier this week that “there were about 780,000 comments, far more than for any previous rule-making proceeding” for the FCC. 
That’s a lot of comments, but there’s still more to do. If you’re like us and believe in a fair and open Internet, lend your voice to the movement.
Visit BattleForTheNet.com to submit your comment to the FCC. 

We’re proud to join Fight for the Future and dozens of other leading grassroots organizations and web platforms on Team Internet in the Battle for the Net. 

The Federal Communications Commission invited public comments on its website, and The New York Times reported earlier this week that “there were about 780,000 comments, far more than for any previous rule-making proceeding” for the FCC. 

That’s a lot of comments, but there’s still more to do. If you’re like us and believe in a fair and open Internet, lend your voice to the movement.

Visit BattleForTheNet.com to submit your comment to the FCC. 

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