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SAVE THE INTERNET! Contact Congress.

The Obama Administration is intending to relinquish control over Internet governance and place it in the hands of an international body of unelected, global bureaucrats.

**UPDATE: Under the direction of Barack Obama, the US Govenrment ended its longstanding oversight of the internet's naming system on September 30, 2016.

The Obama Administration is intending to relinquish control over Internet governance and place it in the hands of an international body of unelected, global bureaucrats.

This means that the free and open Internet as we currently enjoy it could very well cease... if Obama succeeds.

The good news is, Senator Ted Cruz is leading the charge against Obama's Internet-Giveaway scheme and is fighting tooth and nail to keep the Internet controls in the United States. 

That's why we're urging all Americans to contact their representatives demanding that join Ted Cruz in opposing Obama's plan to hand over the internet to foreign elites and nations like Russia, China, and Iran.

Take action! Add your name below to proceed to send your petitions to your U.S. Representative and Senators.

Public Comments
Sep 29th, 2016
Dona M. from Conway, AR signed.
Sep 29th, 2016
Daniel D. from Mystic, CT writes:
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Protecting the Internet protects freedom of speech.
Sep 29th, 2016
Ansel B. from Belton, SC writes:
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Obama has done more harm than good. Override him again!
Sep 29th, 2016
Peggy P. from Yankton, SD writes:
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Keep our internet out of the hands of the hands of the global international body. We do not need or want this to happen
Sep 29th, 2016
Patricia O. from Bloomington, IL signed.
Sep 29th, 2016
Someone from Fresno, CA signed.
Sep 29th, 2016
Steve W. from Santa Ana, CA signed.
Sep 29th, 2016
Someone from Houston, TX writes:
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DON'T LOSE THE INTERNET
Sep 29th, 2016
Gary H. from Marietta, GA signed.
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Jim J. from Lebanon, IN signed.
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Someone from San Jose, CA signed.
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Gar M. from Cuyahoga Falls, OH signed.
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Someone from Tucson, AZ signed.
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James W. from Anaheim, CA writes:
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abdicating oversight of American interests without Congressional review is tyranny and unconstitutional.
Sep 29th, 2016
Someone from Grand Rapids, MI signed.
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Jeff M. from Millen, GA signed.
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Someone from Tavares, FL signed.
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Don H. from Smithville, TX signed.
Sep 29th, 2016
Someone from Lancaster, PA writes:
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If we lose this Internet, we will lose our freedom of speech.
Sep 29th, 2016
Janis T. from Clinton, TN signed.
Sep 29th, 2016
Frederick F. from New Braunfels, TX signed.
Sep 29th, 2016
Dennis C. from Poplar Bluff, MO signed.
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Fay N. from Baton Rouge, LA signed.
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Jeffrey L. from Wesley Chapel, FL signed.
Sep 29th, 2016
Carol R. from New Orleans, LA signed.
Sep 29th, 2016
Clyde R. from Tulsa, OK writes:
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DON'T LOSE THE INTERNET.
Sep 29th, 2016
Someone from Chicago, IL signed.
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Joseph P. from Vero Beach, FL signed.
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Roy K. from Houston, TX signed.
Sep 29th, 2016
Ronald K. from Cocoa, FL writes:
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Giving away the core of internet control - ICANN - is senseless and dangerous, most probably allowing this key function of the internet to fall into the hands of enemy despots. A terrible, ill-conceived decision opening the US internet to foreign control.
Sep 29th, 2016
Karl B. from Flower Mound, TX signed.
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Suzan P. from Phoenix, AZ signed.
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Dave F. from Kutztown, PA signed.
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Carol J J. from Fargo, ND signed.
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Someone from Minneola, FL signed.
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Kenneth M. from Claremore, OK signed.
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Michael A. from Middleville, MI signed.
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WILLIAM G. from Warwick, RI signed.
Sep 29th, 2016
Someone from Westland, MI writes:
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The world of Star Trek is not achievable.
Sep 29th, 2016
Someone from Alpine, UT writes:
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All Americans, regardless of their political party, should care about preserving basic human freedoms of expression. This unilateral giveaway of US technology and it's power to preserve freedom of speech is unconscionable! Any leader who says she/he supports The US Constitution should stand boldly against this move.