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Tell Congress to STOP the FCC Internet Takeover

On Februray 26, 2015, the Federal Communications Commission decided to adopt Obama's 317-page plan to regulate the Internet.

On Februray 26, 2015, the Federal Communications Commission decided to adopt Obama's 317-page plan to regulate the Internet. 

The plan, never published for Congressional or public review, would grant the FCC power to reclassify the Internet from an "information service" to a "public utility" in order for the government to control it. 

FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai, one of only two within the FCC to oppose Obama's plan, said that the new regulations are a "radical departure" from FCC policy. 

We’ve got to take action and tell every single member of Congress to act against the FCC’s new “rules” to control the Internet -- an "independent agency" of the federal government, the FCC simply has no power to do what it is trying to do with the Internet. 

Add your name below to send a message to your U.S. Representative and Senators demanding that they oppose the FCC and defend digital freedom!

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Public Comments (4,451)
Oct 16th, 2016
Marcus L. from Milwaukee, WI signed.
Oct 3rd, 2016
R L. from Malibu, CA signed.
Oct 1st, 2016
Joanne J. from Torrance, CA signed.
Oct 1st, 2016
Bridget G. from Richfield Springs, NY signed.
Oct 1st, 2016
Jocelyn G. from Salem, NH writes:
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I opposes the Obama the fcc take over the internet access away from the American people it's unconstitutional it violated free speech stop the Obama Administration, FCC take over the Internet please act now it is an emergency! I know what life is like without an internet because I grow up without internet back in the 1960's we do not want to pen and paper. Thank you for your attention in this important matters.
Sep 30th, 2016
Scott M. from Minneapolis, MN writes:
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Bye bye 1st amendment.
Sep 30th, 2016
Ernest S. from Savage, MD signed.
Sep 30th, 2016
Charles N. from Georgetown, MA writes:
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Keep government out .
Sep 30th, 2016
Someone from Minneapolis, MN writes:
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Stop, Oppose, Don't submit; keep the internet,ICANN, under U.S. Constitutional protection.
Sep 30th, 2016
Someone from Minneapolis, MN writes:
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Stop, Oppose, Don't submit; keep the internet,ICANN, under U.S. Constitutional protection.