A Day of Action to Protect Net Neutrality

Dave Steer

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Next Wednesday, a number of organizations and tech companies are rallying together for a Day of Action to protect net neutrality. Mozilla is proud to join the effort.

Protecting net neutrality is a top priority for Mozilla. We believe that regardless of who is sending and receiving it, ISPs treating data equally is vital to a healthy, vibrant and open Web. During the Day of Action, we will encourage the Mozilla community to amplify its voice and send a clear message to the U.S. Congress about what is at stake if net neutrality is weakened.

In advance of the Day of Action, we will also host a reddit AMA to raise awareness and understanding of the issue so people can take informed action. Please join us in the AMA on Tuesday, September 9, from 12-1pm PT by visiting https://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/.

This is a critical time in the evolution of the Web. Decisions about net neutrality will determine whether the Web continues to be a powerful, shared resource for innovation, opportunity and learning. A long-awaited decision from the FCC is imminent, so let’s join together to send a strong message to policy makers: Protect Net Neutrality.

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  1. Elizabeth Rupp wrote on :

    Dear Congress, Sept. 9, 2014
    Please protect Internet Neutrality today or whenever you vote on this important subject. I believe in a level playing field for everyone. I believe in Fast Internet Service for everyone and only blocking things like beheadings, nudity, and pornography on the internet. Things that are morally corruptible do not belong on the internet. I oppose terrorism. I support civilization with much less government interference in the daily lives of its citizens than exists right now. Thank you for your valuable time reading my viewpoints.
    Sincerely,
    Elizabeth Rupp

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  2. uber777 wrote on :

    im 4 it. we need less gov. intervention (vis-a-vis net neutrality or any other onerous intrusion) in our lives and more personal freedoms.

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  3. Yurisbel Jimenez wrote on :

    Internet doesn’t need to be scavenge for governments Every body has the right to surf in a net not controlled by governments. Data traveling between two parties has to be confidential not a property of a third party or organization.

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  4. anonymous wrote on :

    Good posts, but make sure you put them up at http://mzl.la/nnpetition!

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  5. Killua wrote on :

    freedom of surfing is right 😀

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  7. New Idea wrote on :

    thnx to all

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