Net Neutrality Day of Action

Net Neutrality means that everyone receives the same treatment. My content is delivered just as fast as a movie from Comcast. Unless I am doing something illegal, no ISP can slow down what I serve up as content to you. Content providers cannot pay an ISP to provide their content faster than mine.

I am a content provider. While I may not provide content that everyone likes, I am able to provide content.

45’s appointee “Ajit Pai has proposed a reversal of these regulations, which he’s said unfairly burden the ISPs and are archaic for relying on utility-style regulation.”

Allowing ISPs to slow down content will affect public libraries, companies whose product interferes with a product owned by the ISP, schools and more.

Send a comment to the FCC and to your Congress person telling them to protect Net Neutrality. Do it now.

You can find more information on these sites:

This is not a left or right political issue. This is about innovation and fairness. It was a hard won battle to get Net Neutrality. Let’s keep this as a right.

Author: JayeL

Quiltmaker who enjoys writing and frozen chocolate covered bananas.

2 thoughts on “Net Neutrality Day of Action”

  1. This is totally off topic… Did you disable comment on your previous post? The comment window is not even coming up, just a big white space. So I’m commenting on your scarf… It does look really soft! And what is it you don’t like about the knit stitch that puts it behind perle? Just curious…
    Hope YM is doing fine!

  2. THIS time the IDIOTS IN CHARGE have worded the bill to sound like that it is for NET NEUTRALITY but in actuality it would destroy it ….. I have been following the discussions on the tech podcasts and they are again trying to get the public to be aware of what is going on.

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