On February 26, the FCC is deciding the fate of the Internet – either preserving net neutrality or handing control of the Web over to big telecommunications companies.
Net neutrality is one of the founding principles of the Internet, and it’s allowed small companies with big ideas to compete against more established firms. If the FCC ends net neutrality, companies like Comcast and Verizon will be free to slow down speeds for any website that doesn’t pay special fees – it will end the Internet as we know it.
Join the fight to keep the Internet free and open. Add your name and tell the FCC to support net neutrality!
Senator Al Franken
Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party