Here in the US, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is about to vote to end net neutrality. This would break the fundamental principle of the open internet, potentially casting a pall over innovation, political & social discourse, entertainment, and the free press.
The FCC votes on December 14th, and Congress can stop it, as they’ve done with other FCC votes in the past. Many of us at Cutter HQ are calling and sending messages (some of us daily!) — why not join us?
Here’s a quick video that outlines the big issues:
Please message or call your reps in Congress. Ask them to stop the FCC vote! It’s quick and easy. Battle for the Net.
More resources about Net Neutrality: