Tell the FCC to Keep the Internet Free and Open
Along with many other small businesses with a presence on the Web we support keeping the Internet free and open. Indeed the survival of small businesses and startups depends on what’s known as Net Neutrality… we need to keep the Internet free and open for everyone.
But it’s not only small businesses and those just starting out with Internet businesses, many of the big companies like Microsoft, Google, Amazon and others want to keep the Internet free and open.
We received this email from Google today – and if you have a Google account you probably received this message too.
If you agree that we should keep the Internet free and open, please use the links below to tell the FCC to keep the rules of Net Neutrality in place. You can also use the links below to learn more about this issue.
Hi there —
The net neutrality rules that protect the open Internet are in danger of being dismantled.
Today, Google is joining other Internet companies, innovative startups, and millions of internet users around the country to defend these common-sense protections that keep the internet free and open.
Net neutrality ensures that both new and established services, whether offered by an established internet company like Google, a broadband provider, or a small start-up, have the same ability to reach users on an equal playing field.
It’s an important moment in this effort, and we hope you’ll make your voice heard:
The FCC has invited the public to comment in a formal proceeding on whether to change or eliminate the current net neutrality rules. Together, we can make our voices heard and we can make a difference.
To find out more, including how to share your views with the FCC, visit: https://netneutrality.internetassociation.org/action
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