Court Backs Internet Censorship: Open The Internet Now!

A federal appeals court has sided with Verizon and against you, against us, against the Internet.

If this ruling stands, the Internet as we know it will die.

Wall Street Journal:
Appeals Court Strikes Down FCC's Net Neutrality Rules

TechCrunch: Circuit Court Of Appeals Strikes Down FCC’s Open Internet Order

Forget free and open access. Picture a system like cable TV with corporations charging for different levels of access, and blocking access to information they don't favor!

The Internet is our tool for circumventing the corporate media, for reaching each other with a bit of truth and accuracy, for organizing each other into collective action. We cannot let this one go.

Sign this petition to the FCC, Congress, and the White House now!

101-125 of 50585 signatures
Number Date Name Feel free to add a comment.
50485 4.9 years ago Adrian Delgado
50484 4.9 years ago Steve Rusk
50483 4.9 years ago Louise Perini
50482 4.9 years ago Anonymous
50481 4.9 years ago Bradley Buck
50480 4.9 years ago Ricky Bowman
50479 4.9 years ago Tyler McPherson
50478 4.9 years ago Jo Ellen citizens deserve access to information wherever it is available. We pay for service, not censorship.
50477 4.9 years ago Anonymous
50476 4.9 years ago Pat Brooks
50475 4.9 years ago Michelle Escudier A free and open internet is essential to a free and democratice society. Information is power.
50474 4.9 years ago Luciano Plascencia Valle
50473 4.9 years ago Helen Goldenberg
50472 4.9 years ago Janet Falcone
50471 4.9 years ago Stacy Moranville
50470 4.9 years ago David Frey
50469 4.9 years ago Jean Callaghan
50468 4.9 years ago JO TOLAND
50467 4.9 years ago Anonymous
50466 4.9 years ago Bob House
50465 4.9 years ago Randall Nelson
50464 4.9 years ago Aesha lorenz Al-Saeed
50463 4.9 years ago Sandy N
50462 4.9 years ago Mohammad Shad
50461 4.9 years ago Kirk Ramble
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