Tomorrow, the Internet Archive will join with a huge list of Internet companies and organizations to protest the FCC Chair’s stated intentions to do away with net neutrality protections established by prior Commissioners.
Among other actions, the Archive will be displaying a pop-up message tomorrow on our sites to demonstrate the severity of this threat and simulate an Internet in which ISPs are given free reign to provide selective access to the web.
Organizations and site owners can learn more about joining in the Day of Action here.
Private individuals can help by 1. sending a letter to the FCC to voice your support for net neutrality (the deadline for comments is coming up fast!) and 2. spreading the message on social media.
The people fought back PIPA and SOPA before and we’re ready to stand up again!
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