Five years ago, the internet successfully rallied against two pieces of legislation that activists argued would have destabilized the internet and stifled free speech. Now, the online community is using the lessons learned from those protests to launch a similar and equally necessary fight — the fight to protect net neutrality.
Wednesday marks the Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality, a widespread effort to defend the idea that internet access should be equal and accessible for all. More than 80,000 websites, companies, organizations, and internet users are coming together to fight the FCC's plan to reverse Title II, the legal framework that forbids internet providers like Verizon, AT&T, and Comcast from favoring or discriminating against any online content, apps, or services. Read more...More about Tech, Business, Social Good, Activism, and Net Neutrality