We believe in a free, open internet. But without the FCC rules on net neutrality, internet service providers (ISPs) would be able to rip off consumers and even control access to content.


Website: www.progressivecongressactionfund.org

Facebook: www.facebook.com/ProgressiveCongress

Twitter: www.twitter.com/ProgCongressAct

Dear Kevin,

Millions of Americans rely heavily on the internet; it often plays an integral role in our lives.  It enables free, easy access to information. It facilitates commerce. It allows us to reach friends and familes who are far away. It opens up our world.

We believe in a free, open internet. But without the FCC rules on net neutrality, internet service providers (ISPs) would be able to rip off consumers and even control access to content.

Want to understand more about what’s at stake, and have a good laugh in the process? Watch comedian and host John Oliver’s spitfire take on why net neutrality matters. (So many people took action after watching this clip that they crashed the FCC website.)

Video: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (May 7, 2017)
Please note: PCAF does not own the rights to this video or its contents.

Sign now if you agree: the internet should remain free and open in the United States, and that means the FCC must continue to enforce net neutrality rules.

Thank you. See you out there in the fight.

In Solidarity,

Progressive Congress Action Fund

P.S. Can you take a moment to share this with a couple of friends to make even more of an impact?

Sample Facebook post: Sign now if you agree: we need to keep the internet free and open! #FCC #NetNeutrality http://bit.ly/2q17OnY

Sample Twitter post: Sign now if you agree: we need to keep the internet free and open! #FCC #NetNeutrality @ProgCongressAct http://bit.ly/2q17OnY

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About eslkevin

I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.
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