It’s Memorial Day in the United States. A day to remember those brave men and women who gave their lives so that all Americans can be free. They died, in part, to ensure our Constitutionally-guaranteed right to free speech.
I thank them.
Even while our Federal Communications Commission (AKA Bought-and-Paid-For Stooges of big corporations) takes a big ole dump on their memory.
Do you want the entire internet to be Pay-to-Play? Meaning the people with money buy the right to higher priority, to show you their messages, to charge you for things that are now free?
While the rest of us can’t get our messages seen, no matter how hard we try, or how much we follow Google’s search engine optimization rules?
If you care about FREE SPEECH, sign this petition to demand that the FCC keep net neutrality in place.
PETITION TO FCC COMMISSIONERS: The FCC must reclassify broadband as a utility, and stop companies profiting by giving the rich better Internet access and choking out competition. Fight for innovation and equality, backing Net Neutrality and rejecting the new “fast and slow lane” Internet rules now!
Do you want the whole internet to become Facebook? Where people who have money are paying for you to see things you don’t care about with every single log in? While the things you DO care about are never shown in your newsfeed?
Sign the petition. Add your name to the fight against Greedy Madness and proclaim our right to Free Speech Online.
Standing for freedom is one of the best things you can do to remember those who died so that you can be free.