Mozilla signs pro-Net Neutrality letter to FCC

As reported by a number of sources including the WSJ, Facebook and Twitter Founders Join Net Neutrality Wars, Mozilla has signed a pro-Net Neutrality letter (pdf) that was sent to FCC Chair Julius Genachowski. Please view the letter to see the 24 signers of this letter of support including John Lilly of Mozilla.

October 19, 2009

The Honorable Julius Genachowski, Chairman
Federal Communications Commission
445 12th Street, SW
Washington, DC 20554

Dear Chairman Genachowski:

We write to express our support for your announcement that the Federal Communications Commission will begin a process to adopt rules that preserve an open Internet. We believe a process that results in common sense baseline rules is critical to ensuring that the Internet remains a key engine of economic growth, innovation, and global competitiveness.

An open Internet fuels a competitive and efficient marketplace, where consumers make the ultimate choices about which products succeed and which fail. This allows businesses of all sizes, from the smallest startup to larger corporations, to compete, yielding maximum economic growth and opportunity.

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