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FCC Expected to Repeal Obama-Era Net Neutrality Protections

Alex Mohajer



Protect Net Neutrality

In a matter of hours, the Republican-lead Federal Communications Commission (the FCC) is scheduled to vote on the repeal of Obama-era net neutrality protections, which passed in 2015 with the intention of keeping an open and free internet. The repeal would give less regulatory control over the internet and allow for corporate entities to charge higher prices for internet depending on what sites you’re accessing. Talk about pay for play.

Under the FCC new rules, the FCC would eliminate “rules barring internet providers from blocking or slowing down access to online content.” The FCC would also kill a rule “barring providers from prioritizing their own content.”

Leave a Comment on the FCC Website

  1. Go to to the FCC website comments page.
  2. Click on the 17-108 link for “Restoring Internet Freedom.”
  3. Click “Express.”
  4. Be sure to hit “ENTER” after you enter your name and information.
  5. In the comment section, write “I strongly support net neutrality backed by Title 2 oversight of ISPs.”
  6. Click Submit!

Sign the Petition

Tell the FCC and the world that you support net neutrality by signing the petition — and then share it!

Contact your Representative and FCC Chairman Ajit Pai

Voice your strong opposition by e-mailing or calling the Chairman of the FCC, a Donald Trump employee. Our friends at Countable have compiled the phone numbers and email address of the Chairman and your representative here.