The Federal Communications Commission is inviting public comments about proposed rules that would gut net neutrality and hand over the internet to big cable companies like Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon.
Send in YOUR comment in support of net neutrality now.
Here are some reasons why Mozilla cares about net neutrality — use these or any that express why you care about this issue.
Without net neutrality, big companies could censor people and perspectives online. Net neutrality has been called the "First Amendment of the Internet."
Without net neutrality, creators and entrepreneurs could struggle to reach new users. Investment in new ideas would dry up and only the big companies would survive, stifling innovation.
Without net neutrality, ISPs could decide you watched too many videos on Netflix in one day and throttle your Internet speeds, while keeping their own video apps running smooth.
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Keep commenting! The FCC is continuing to take comments on net neutrality through August 16, though earlier comments were used in their first round of review.