This has been a historic day in the fight to save the Internet.
The rally outside the FCC was inspiring: Hundreds of people chanted, drummed and streamed into the FCC demanding reclassification and real Net Neutrality. Thousands more are taking action online. Millions of us have put the FCC on notice, making one thing crystal clear: An Internet without Net Neutrality is unacceptable.
The drumbeat calling on FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler to scrap his plan to allow rampant discrimination online continues to grow louder.
This afternoon, 36 Democrats from the House of Representatives joined the choir.
Thousands of Americans have condemned FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler’s proposal to allow rampant discrimination online in comments filed in the Federal Communications Commission’s database.
Here’s a sampling of what we found.
What do Mark Ruffalo, Michael Stipe and Evangeline Lilly have in common?
They’re among the many artists, musicians and actors who signed a letter urging FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler to abandon his Internet payola proposal and stand up for real Net Neutrality.