Tell Congress: Don't kill net neutrality!

The FCC passed historic Open Internet rules -- now Big Cable wants to end the Open Internet.

SIGN THE PETITION: Don't interfere with the FCC's historic net neutrality rules

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Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler has enacted new rules that will deliver strong net neutrality for generations to come!

Over 4 million Americans asked him to make sure providers can't throttle the Internet for their profit, and he listened. That's a big deal.

But we're not done yet. Now that the FCC has enacted these historic rules, Big Cable and Big Telecom are calling in every favor they have on Capitol Hill and block these new rules. They'll stop at nothing to derail net neutrality. It's up to us to fight back.

This is proof that citizen activism works -- FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler cited massive public outcry against his original, much weaker proposal as his reason for doing the right thing this time. And it's proof that the Open Internet is vital to our democracy -- without it, we couldn't have organized as effectively or spoke out as forcefully as we did.

But moments like this are why companies like Comcast and Verizon flood our system with money -- cable and telecom interests spent $173.2 million on politics in 2014 alone. Sen. John Thune, who's taken $78,500 from the industry since 2004, is already working with bought-off legislators on both sides of the aisle to dismantle net neutrality. We need to stop them.

Sign our petition to Congress and demand that they step aside -- let the FCC's net neutrality rules stand.

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