Take a stand for Net Neutrality

Take a stand for Net Neutrality. Call Congress Now. battleforthenet.com

4 Responses to “Take a stand for Net Neutrality”

  1. Fascinating how the pressures against democracy and consumer protection are constant, unrelenting, and must be repeatedly resisted. The battle is never completely won, only fought to a temporary standstill. Such an important issue and so little covered in the media. Good luck America…

  2. What else can we do if our senators and representatives are already pro-net-neutrality?

    • Great question, Bryan. And I’m not sure.

      If you call, maybe your senators / representatives will offer suggestions for how to handle this?

      • Scott, I just created a website tonight to try to get students involved. The goal is to get students to document load times for websites they use at school. I want them to realize they have some say in this matter and that they can hold the FCC and Congress accountable.

        To start, I’m just using a Google Form and Google Map to collect and visualize the data. Maybe someone at Google can volunteer to create a more slick visualization, especially one that would show any slowdowns imposed by ISPs over time.

        It’s imprecise, but it serves as a valuable launch point for teaching students the factors that affect website speed.

        Please pass it on if you like the idea.

        http://www.studentsfornetneutrality.org

        Bryan

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