After immense public pressure, the FCC voted to invite public feedback on two proposals -- the bad one and an awesome one.
FCC Chair Tom Wheeler's preferred plan would create a fast lane for big corporations and a slow lane for everyone else. The alternative proposal would reclassify the Internet as a public utility like water -- equally accessible to all. This would enshrine Net Neutrality into law.
We're giving away stickers for people to put on their laptops and bumpers in order to raise awareness in our communities about Net Neutrality.
Sign up by June 15th to receive a free "Save Our Internet: Net Neutrality Now!" sticker. You will receive a confirmation email to input your shipping address.
We have under 120 days to win this fight at the FCC -- and stickers will be delivered in 4-6 weeks. We will ship only to the United States and its territories.