- Team Internet events are open to the public.
- Events must have a specific street address so they can be placed on the map.
- The event description should tell potential attendees what will happen at the event. Is it a drop-in at a Congressional office? Protest? Letter writing house party? Give a brief description of what the volunteers can expect, in addition to why the event is necessary.
- Event descriptions should specify support for Net Neutrality. We don’t post generic meetings or events.
- We promote events that are free to the public. If a contribution is required (rather than optional) for attendance, it won’t be approved. Events that appear to be fundraising focused will not be posted.
- Events including obscenities or offensive language won’t be approved.
- Team Internet is nonpartisan. If your event refers to defeating or electing candidates for office or promoting a political party, it can’t be approved.
- Candidates for office and political parties can post events if the focus is on organizing support for Net Neutrality as opposed to electioneering.
Next, we’ll review your event for approval.