WHAT IS NET NEUTRALITY ALL ABOUT?
Network neutrality is the idea that your cellular, cable, or phone internet connection should treat all websites and services the same. Big companies like AT&T, Verizon, and Comcast want to treat them differently so that they can charge you more depending on what you use. When you use the internet, you expect Net Neutrality. Net Neutrality is the way that the internet has always worked.
But in December, the FCC voted to dismantle net neutrality regulations, allowing internet providers to speed up – or slow down – access to apps and websites.
States, tech companies, and members of Congress are fighting back. But they need your help. With your support, they can revive Net Neutrality protections. So please take action above and tell our leaders that we want an open internet, and commonsense rules that prevent corporations from discriminating against websites and services.