UPDATE, August 30, 2017: The period to submit comments has now ended. Thank you to the tens of thousands of you from the OpenMedia community who took the time to comment, and to the nearly 22 million Americans that submitted their views to the FCC. We're working on our next campaign now to ask Congress to support Title II rules. Add your information below to stay informed.
Undemocratic forces have been working to destroy the Internet we know and love — a magical place of dank memes and video streams, the essential backbone we use to communicate with our loved ones, our families, and our government — and we’ve given them the fight of their lives.
Big Telecom and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chair Ajit Pai opened up a consultation with an eye to overturning the Net Neutrality consumer safeguards — technically known as “Title II” — that the Internet depends on.
And what they got was more than 18 million comments submitted, the most in FCC history.1
With this kind of momentum, we can win the battle for the open web, but we need to keep the pressure on before the crucial final deadline on August 30.2
THIS IS THE LAST ROUND OF COMMENTS AND YOUR LAST CHANCE TO GET YOUR VOICE ON THE PUBLIC RECORD: TELL THE FCC WHY WE NEED THE OPEN INTERNET.