On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission will vote on an Open Internet proposal (otherwise known as "net neutrality"). This policy impacts how everyone can use the Internet and the current proposal does not treat everyone fairly.
The next TWO DAYS are an important chance to speak out for an Internet that does not favor content from rich corporations over content from everyone who cannot afford to pay -- individuals, non-profits, churches, houses of worship, small businesses, pretty much everyone else.
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We'll also be at the FCC on Thursday morning at a rally in Washington DC, so come join us -- and if you can't get to DC, post something on Facebook or Twitter, or join together in your home town.
For 50 years, the UCC has been leading the effort to make media more local, accountable, and representative for everyone. The Internet has made many things possible that we could never have dreamed 50 years ago, but the loss of net neutrality will be a terrible step backward, making the Internet more like the TV broadcast and cable industries of years gone by.
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