support for stronger net neutrality protections by adding a spinning icon to their websites, representing a slow-loading Internet.
The symbolic icon links to a series of actions to members of Congress, the White House and the FCC. The event builds on the millions of Americans who have told the government to protect innovation and fairness on the Internet from corporate interference.
"The Internet is united against the FCC's Net Neutrality-killing proposal," says Craig Aaron, president and CEO of the Free Press Action Fund. "Today we'll see the Internet slow down as millions of people rise up against this threat to our rights to connect and communicate. There aren't many issues that could bring together such a diverse array of groups, big platforms and small businesses, senators and everyday citizens, all of them urging the leaders at the FCC to restore real Net Neutrality."
Evan Greer, Campaign Director of Fight for the Future, adds: "Today, we are showing...| Read more »