The Internet is Angry: Protest for Net Neutrality on June 26th

The FCC’s repeal of net neutrality officially went into effect earlier this month, but the fight for the free and open Internet is far from over. Congress can still overrule Ajit Pai using a joint resolution under Congressional Review Act (CRA). It already passed the Senate, now we need to force it to a vote in the House.

On Tuesday, June 26th we’re holding protests all over the country to get Congress to overrule the FCC and stop ISPs from having the power to manipulate and censor us on the Internet. Meeting with lawmakers is super effective, and a big turnout will go a long way here.

Join others in your area on June 26th to tell your House Rep to save net neutrality.

Here is a guide to make your June 26 net neutrality protest awesome.

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See you on the 26th!

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