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!

151-175 of 50585 signatures
Number Date Name Feel free to add a comment.
50435 4.8 years ago Stefanie Sellars
50434 4.8 years ago Peter Bent
50433 4.8 years ago Anonymous
50432 4.8 years ago Kenneth Riffe
50431 4.8 years ago Margaret S. Maurin
50430 4.8 years ago Cate
50429 4.9 years ago Bright Limm
50428 4.9 years ago Anna B Stop controlling freedom of speech
50427 4.9 years ago Anonymous
50426 4.9 years ago Donald Levering
50425 4.9 years ago Margie Miller
50424 4.9 years ago Mary Mason
50423 4.9 years ago Alex Oles
50422 4.9 years ago Karen Esqueda
50421 4.9 years ago Kathleen Moore
50420 4.9 years ago Mark Fickert
50419 4.9 years ago Anonymous
50418 4.9 years ago gary conner
50417 4.9 years ago Stephen
50416 4.9 years ago Linda Walls Keep the net neutral.
50415 4.9 years ago David Tonn
50414 4.9 years ago Russell Mayworm
50413 4.9 years ago Neil Bleifeld
50412 4.9 years ago Sally McNeely
50411 4.9 years ago William Breen
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