Verizon wants to destroy the Internet as we know it.

By allowing super wealthy businesses to pay a premium for an Internet “fast lane,” Verizon and other telecoms are trying to create a multi-tiered corporate Internet – where content from huge corporations is easily available, but the rest of the sites we love and use on a daily basis would be put in the slowlane. (Or worse, the breakdown lane!)

Huge corporations like Verizon should never get to decide what we see and don't see online.

Sign to the right to send a letter to your lawmakers and the FCC urging them to stand strong for net-neutrality. 

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Last month, Verizon took the FCC to court to try and kill net-neutrality, and create a two-tiered internet where only the super rich can afford to disseminate their content. If Verizon wins the court battle, the open Internet is doomed.

In the meantime, Verizon has been using every trick in its corporate playbook to ensure they get their way: spending money to elect anti-neutrality legislators, lobbying all over Washington, and launching bogus lawsuits left and right. 

Verizon wants to destroy everything that has made the Internet great. Sign to the right to fight back.

As the inventor of the World-Wide-Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee put it, “The moment you let net neutrality go, you lose the web as it is. You lose something essential – the fact that any innovator can dream up an idea and set up a website at some random place and let it just take off from word of mouth.”

Plenty of corporations – not to mention the government – would love to have the power to slow down certain sites, or make you pay extra to do what you want online. We cannot let them have that power. 

Sign to the right to tell the FCC and your lawmakers to stand up for the open Internet now!

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