“We will finally force lawmakers to let us know if they stand with the 85 percent of Americans who support net neutrality—or with the cable companies that want to manipulate the internet in service of greater profits.”
In less than a week, senators will be able to officially voice their support for overruling the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) December ruling on net neutrality—and momentum was building among advocates and internet companies on Thursday ahead of a huge online demonstration to push lawmakers to reverse the FCC’s decision.
BREAKING: Reddit, OK Cupid, Mozilla, Etsy, Vimeo, Imgur, Foursquare, Private Internet Access, Tumblr, Postmates and tons of other big sites are planning to participate in the #RedAlert for #NetNeutrality ahead of the impending Senate vote! Join us: https://t.co/jOdRU2RRFY pic.twitter.com/HOFKmyKYku
— Fight for the Future (@fightfortheftr) May 3, 2018