Network Neutrality is the Internet's First Amendment -- without it companies like AT&T, Verizon and Comcast will move to control what you do, where you go, and what you watch online.
The vote was an outrage, but the fight for Internet freedom is far from over. More important votes are coming in Congress -- and we have the momentum.
More than 250,000 people have written and called Congress in the past five days. Because we've raised public awareness of this issue, no member of Congress can in good conscience vote with the telephone and cable cartel.
Politicians take action when they realize we are paying attention. Let them know you're watching:
Tell Congress to Protect Internet Freedom
We have ignited a prairie fire of protest. In less than one week, our SavetheInternet.com Coalition has lit up the phones in Congress. We've rallied more than 600 blogs to write about this issue. We've formed a diverse, bipartisan coalition of more than 75 organizations banding together to fight for a free and open Internet.
Congress needs to hear from us right away. Please sign our letter to Congress. And don't forget to spread the word to your friends, colleagues and family:
Stop Congress from Selling Out the Internet
The fight has just begun. We've already proven that people can make a difference by simply speaking out. Now, let's win.
P.S. Stay up to date on breaking developments in the campaign. Visit SavetheInternet.com
P.P.S. To learn more about yesterday's Committee vote, see the vote tally and call your representative.
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