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The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should reject Chairman Ajit Pai’s plan to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon the authority to throttle whatever they please, stripping consumers of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I’m worried about creating a tiered Internet with “fast lanes” for certain sites or services because ISPs could have too much power to determine what I can do online. Thankfully, the existing FCC regulations ensure that ISPs can’t block or slow Internet users’ ability to see certain web services or create Internet “fast lanes” by charging online services and websites money to reach customers faster. That’s exactly the right balance to ensure the Internet remains a level playing field that benefits Internet users and small businesses as well as entrenched Internet companies. Pai’s proposal would transform Internet providers into gatekeepers with an effective veto right on expression and innovation. That’s not the kind of Internet we want to pass on to future generations of technology users. I urge you to keep Title II net neutrality in place, and safeguard Internet users like me.
10512119711464
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should reject Chairman Ajit Pai’s plan to give the government-subsidized telecom giants like Verizon, AT&T, and Comcast free rein to create Internet fast lanes, stripping consumers of the vital privacy and access rules we worked for and so recently won. I’m worried about creating a tiered Internet with “fast lanes” for certain sites or services because ISPs could have too much power to determine what I can do online. Thankfully, the existing FCC regulations ensure that Internet providers can’t slow or block consumers’ access to certain websites or engage in data discrimination by charging websites and online service more money to reach customers faster. That’s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and consumers as well as larger players. Chairman Pai’s proposed repeal of the rules would help turn Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with an effective veto right on expression and innovation. That’s not how the Internet was built, and that not what we want. Large ISP's have proven in the past to reduce competition by adversely impacting traffic from other companies that compete with them. This is very harmful to small startup companies. I think all legal traffic should be allowed on all networks and and have equal priority on the network. Thank you for keeping Title II net neutrality rules in place to protect Internet users like me.
105251397323828
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
10525201403641
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
105242510617551
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
10524128599805
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
1052430701811
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
1052893446816
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai’s plan to give the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T free rein to create Internet fast lanes, stripping users of the necessary access and privacy protections we worked for and just recently won. I’m worried about creating a tiered Internet with “fast lanes” for certain sites or services because users will have fewer options and a less diverse Internet. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that Internet providers can’t block or slow customers’ access to certain web services or create Internet “fast lanes” by charging websites and online services more money to reach consumers faster. That’s exactly the right balance to ensure the Internet remains a level playing field that benefits consumers and small businesses as well as entrenched Internet companies. Pai’s proposal would transform ISPs into gatekeepers with the ability to veto new innovation and expression. That’s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. It helps me as a senior citizen to stay connected to my family and friends. Thank you for keeping Title II net neutrality rules in place to protect Internet users like me.
10525046506316
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
1052459831992
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should reject Chairman Ajit Pai’s plan to give the government-subsidized telecom giants like Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T free rein to throttle whatever they please, stripping Internet users of the vital access and privacy rules we demanded and so recently won. I’m worried about creating a tiered Internet with “fast lanes” for certain sites or services because Users will have fewer options and a less diverse Internet. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules ensure that ISP monopolies can’t slow or block customers’ ability to see certain websites or create Internet “fast lanes” by charging websites and online service money to reach people faster. That’s the right kind of forward-looking approach to ensure the Internet remains a level playing field that benefits small businesses and consumers as well as larger players. Chairman Pai’s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That’s not the kind of Internet we want to pass on to future generations of technology users. A free and open internet is vital to the future of tech innovation and education in America. I urge you to keep Title II net neutrality in place, and safeguard Internet users like me.
105241293022976
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
10525468311272
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
10527013762163
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should reject Chairman Ajit Pai’s plan to hand the telecom giants like Verizon, AT&T, and Comcast free rein to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the necessary privacy and access safeguards we fought for and so recently won. I’m afraid of a “pay-to-play” Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because users will have fewer options and a less diverse Internet. Thankfully, the existing FCC regulations mean that ISP monopolies can’t slow or block users’ ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach customers faster. That’s exactly the right balance to ensure the Internet remains a level playing field that benefits consumers and small businesses as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai’s proposal would transform ISPs into Internet gatekeepers with an effective veto right on innovation and expression. That’s not the kind of Internet we want to pass on to future generations of technology users. The Internet is a gateway to all kinds of people, ideas, concepts, products, and art. It enables people to expand, learning about other people, other cultures; it allows people to educate themselves, find solutions to problems, and discern what information or products they are interested in. Small businesses are able to reach a customer base that many could not do without the Internet; and consumers are able to have a truly free market in deciding what they will buy and who from. This proposal would jeopardize these important and meaningful aspects of the Internet, changing people's lives for the worse. It would create a kind of "Dark Age" concerning global interactions and knowledge. Companies cannot be trusted to use this power ethically, and it can be expected that the diversity and all genuine benefits of the Internet would be all but made void. In addition, this proposal could open the door for creeping upon people's privacy further than many are willing to accept. Thanks for protecting Internet users like me by upholding the existing Title II net neutrality rules.
10525127236804
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
10524286507404
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
10525830003314
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
1052481486118
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai’s proposal to give the government-subsidized telecom giants like AT&T, Verizon, and Comcast the legal cover to throttle whatever they please, stripping Internet users of the meaningful access and privacy protections we worked for and so recently won. I’m afraid of a “pay-to-play” Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because ISPs could have too much power to determine what I can do online. Thankfully, the current FCC regulations ensure that ISPs can’t slow or block users’ access to certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites money to reach people faster. That’s the right kind of forward-looking approach to ensure the Internet remains a level playing field that benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as larger players. Chairman Pai’s proposal would help turn Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with an effective veto right on expression and innovation. That’s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
10524152119969
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai’s plan to hand the ISP monopolies like Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon the legal cover to throttle whatever they please, stripping consumers of the necessary privacy and access protections we demanded and won just two years ago. I’m afraid of a “pay-to-play” Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because ISPs could have too much power to determine what I can do online. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISPs can’t slow or block consumers’ ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach customers faster. That’s the right kind of forward-looking approach to ensure the Internet remains a level playing field that benefits Internet users and small businesses as well as larger players. Chairman Pai’s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new innovation and expression. That’s not the kind of Internet we want to pass on to future generations of technology users. It is central to life in the modern era. Thanks for protecting Internet users like me by upholding the existing Title II net neutrality rules.
10512917508455
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai’s proposal to hand the telecom giants like AT&T, Verizon, and Comcast the authority to throttle whatever they please, stripping Internet users of the meaningful privacy and access safeguards we worked for and won just two years ago. I’m concerned about ISPs being allowed to discriminate against certain types of data or websites because ISPs could have too much power to determine what I can do online. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that Internet providers can’t slow or block customers’ ability to see certain websites or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites money to reach customers faster. That’s exactly the right balance to ensure the Internet remains a level playing field that benefits Internet users and small businesses as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai’s proposed repeal of the rules would help turn ISPs into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new innovation and expression. That’s not how the Internet was built, and that not what we want. The internet is possibly the most comprehensive resource for knowledge that has ever existed. Day to day, I use the internet to learn, which allows me to better myself and the world around me. Nobody should have the right to restrict access to or throttle such a powerful marketplace for information. Please respect our internet neutrality!!! Thank you for keeping Title II net neutrality rules in place to protect Internet users like me.
10525050714273
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
10524035851006
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
105293016208194
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai’s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like AT&T, Verizon, and Comcast the legal cover to engage in data discrimination, stripping consumers of the necessary privacy and access safeguards we worked for and just recently won. I’m worried about creating a tiered Internet with “fast lanes” for certain sites or services because My chance for a start-up website could be severely diminished, and my user base won't even get a chance where's the patriotism in that. Thankfully, the current net neutrality rules ensure that Internet providers can’t block or slow users’ ability to see certain web services or create Internet “fast lanes” by charging websites and online services money to reach customers faster. That’s exactly the right balance to ensure the Internet remains a level playing field that benefits consumers and small businesses as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai’s proposal would help turn Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new innovation and expression. That’s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. Nowadays the internet is our second to skin. We google this, hashtag that, and wake-up salivating over what the POTUS and media have to say (albeit against) one another. Our current and future generations have gained a co-dependency on technology and the diversity it provides them. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines diversity as: an instance of being composed of differing elements or qualities; the inclusion of different types of people (such as people of different races or cultures) in a group or organization or programs intended to promote diversity. By erasing 'net neutrality' we erase the very definition of diversity from the program of web services for our users and providers. Because you see- the premise of internet isn't solely for simultaneous loading web pages, it is for first and foremost diverse content and dialogue for our users. Speed comes secondary. We need to find solutions to include both goals as a solution not just one- otherwise we allow the system to exclude the very founders that bring information to the people. That exclusion is not the basis of patriotism at that. The question is, do we want to continue to create an internet of diverse users- or limit ourselves with restrictions? In a country with such freedom and innovation, the answer should be so simple. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
10525076122502
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
10527079724016
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai’s plan to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon the authority to throttle whatever they please, stripping consumers of the meaningful access and privacy rules we fought for and just recently won. I’m concerned about ISPs being allowed to discriminate against certain types of data or websites because users will have fewer options and a less diverse Internet. Thankfully, the current Open Internet rules ensure that ISPs can’t block or slow our access to certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach consumers faster. That’s exactly the right balance to ensure the Internet remains a level playing field that benefits Internet users and small businesses as well as larger players. Pai’s proposal would help turn ISPs into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new innovation and expression. That’s not the kind of Internet we want to pass on to future generations of technology users. The internet is a free marketplace of ideas and a way to spread media without the same barriers that traditional media has. Net neutrality is essential for small business, non-profits and everyday people. Charging websites for faster speeds and allowing for large businesses to benefit in this pay-for-play system is undemocratic and cannot happen. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
1052521740728
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai’s plan to hand the telecom giants like Verizon, AT&T, and Comcast the authority to engage in data discrimination, stripping Internet users of the meaningful privacy and access rules we fought for and just recently won. I’m afraid of a “pay-to-play” Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because the Internet should be about innovation and not about ISPs profit margins. We already have so few choices when it comes to an ISP. The last thing we need to do is give ISPs additional powers over what we are able to do on the Internet. Thankfully, the current net neutrality rules ensure that Internet providers can’t block or slow customers’ ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging websites and online services money to reach people faster. That’s the right kind of forward-looking approach to ensure the Internet remains a level playing field that benefits Internet users and small businesses as well as larger players. Chairman Pai’s proposal would help turn ISPs into gatekeepers with the ability to veto new innovation and expression. That’s not how the Internet was built, and that's not what we want. The Internet is the single most important advancement that the human race has made in the last century. It is important that we continue to foster an environment where everyone has an opportunity to innovate and contribute. Thanks for protecting Internet users like me by upholding the existing Title II net neutrality rules.
1052429304745
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should reject Chairman Ajit Pai’s proposal to give the government-subsidized telecom giants like Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T the legal cover to engage in data discrimination, stripping users of the meaningful access and privacy safeguards we demanded and won just two years ago. I’m afraid of a “pay-to-play” Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because Users will have fewer options and a less diverse Internet. Thankfully, the existing net neutrality rules mean that ISP monopolies can’t slow or block consumers’ ability to see certain websites or create Internet “fast lanes” by charging websites and online service more money to reach customers faster. That’s the best way forward to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits consumers and small businesses as well as larger players. Chairman Pai’s proposal would transform ISPs into Internet gatekeepers with an effective veto right on expression and innovation. That’s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I urge you to keep Title II net neutrality in place, and safeguard Internet users like me.
105242968326511
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
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The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should reject Chairman Ajit Pai’s plan to give the telecom giants like AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon free rein to throttle whatever they please, stripping users of the necessary privacy and access rules we demanded and just recently won. I’m concerned about ISPs being allowed to discriminate against certain types of data or websites because ISPs could have too much power to determine what I can do online. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can’t block or slow Internet users’ ability to see certain web services or create Internet “fast lanes” by charging online services and websites money to reach consumers faster. That’s exactly the right balance to ensure the Internet remains a level playing field that benefits consumers and small businesses as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai’s proposed repeal of the rules would transform ISPs into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That’s not how the Internet was built, and that's not what we want. The modern american relies on the internet for all major aspects of their life. Limiting choice and giving power to companies that have no interest in equity and work for profit is dangerous and will only hurt the best interest of Americans. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
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The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai’s proposal to hand the telecom giants like Verizon, AT&T, and Comcast the authority to throttle whatever they please, stripping users of the necessary privacy and access safeguards we demanded and won just two years ago. I’m worried about creating a tiered Internet with “fast lanes” for certain sites or services because I run a FREE history website at UCDavis for teachers and professors all over the world. Thankfully, the current FCC regulations mean that Internet providers can’t block or slow customers’ access to certain websites or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach customers faster. That’s the right kind of forward-looking approach to ensure the Internet remains a level playing field that benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Pai’s proposal would help turn Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new innovation and expression. That’s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. This website is my job after 35 years of teaching - I can still give back to the community. Please, let's keep it free and open! I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
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The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. 3. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
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The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
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The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
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The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
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The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
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The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
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The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should reject Chairman Ajit Pai’s plan to give the government-subsidized telecom giants like AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon the legal cover to engage in data discrimination, stripping users of the meaningful access and privacy safeguards we demanded and just recently won. I’m worried about creating a tiered Internet with “fast lanes” for certain sites or services because users will have fewer options and a less diverse Internet. Thankfully, the current Open Internet rules mean that ISPs can’t slow or block our access to certain websites or create Internet “fast lanes” by charging online services and websites more money to reach consumers faster. That’s exactly the right balance to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits consumers and small businesses as well as larger players. Chairman Pai’s proposal would help turn Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with an effective veto right on innovation and expression. That’s not the kind of Internet we want to pass on to future generations of technology users. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
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The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
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Dear FCC, The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should reject the proposal to give the government-subsidized telecom giants like Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T the authority to throttle whatever they please, stripping consumers of the vital access and privacy protections we fought for and just recently won. I’m afraid of a “pay-to-play” Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because users will have fewer options and a less diverse internet. Thankfully, the current FCC regulations mean that ISPs can’t block or slow Internet users’ access to certain websites or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach customers faster. That’s the right kind of forward-looking approach to ensure the Internet remains a level playing field that benefits consumers and small businesses as well as larger players. Pai’s proposal would transform ISPs into Internet gatekeepers with an effective veto right on innovation and expression. That’s not the kind of Internet we want to pass on to future generations of technology users. Thank you for keeping Title II net neutrality rules in place to protect US citizens who are also Internet users like me. Sincerely, Gabe Millar
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The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai’s proposal to hand the ISP monopolies like AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon the legal cover to engage in data discrimination, stripping consumers of the vital access and privacy rules we fought for and won just two years ago. I’m afraid of a “pay-to-play” Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because ISPs could have too much power to determine what I can do online. Thankfully, the current Open Internet rules ensure that Internet providers can’t block or slow customers’ ability to see certain websites or engage in data discrimination by charging websites and online services more money to reach people faster. That’s the best way forward to ensure the Internet remains a level playing field that benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as larger players. Pai’s proposal would transform ISPs into gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That’s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. An open internet is the key to opportunity and equal development of the entire country. Only by preserving this access can we ensure that theispower remains in the hands of the citizen. Thanks for protecting Internet users like me by upholding the existing Title II net neutrality rules.
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The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
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The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
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The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
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The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
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The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai’s plan to give the telecom giants like Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T free rein to throttle whatever they please, stripping users of the vital privacy and access protections we worked for and won just two years ago. I’m concerned about ISPs being allowed to discriminate against certain types of data or websites because Users will have fewer options and a less diverse Internet. Thankfully, the existing FCC regulations mean that ISP monopolies can’t slow or block our access to certain websites or create Internet “fast lanes” by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That’s the right kind of forward-looking approach to ensure the Internet remains a level playing field that benefits consumers and small businesses as well as entrenched Internet companies. Pai’s proposal would transform Internet providers into gatekeepers with an effective veto right on expression and innovation. That’s not how the Internet was built, and that's not what we want. As someone building a nonprofit who has very finite starting funds to work with (all coming out of our own pockets), having an even playing field on the internet means that our organization can reach more people and grow. Putting a throttle on will keep our organization from reaching people. Considering how important the internet is for pretty much everything these days, this would be a huge setback for us. I'm an American who was raised with the American Dream - work hard, and you can accomplish anything. We're putting the hard work in, but having large corporations throttle us because we can't pay them more than we already are as we're getting started means we will not be able to accomplish what we aim to. This isn't the American Dream. Please make the right decision for the American people, not for large, already wealthy corporations. I urge you to keep Title II net neutrality in place, and safeguard Internet users like me.
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The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should reject Chairman Ajit Pai’s plan to hand the ISP monopolies like AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon the legal cover to throttle whatever they please, stripping consumers of the meaningful privacy and access safeguards we demanded and won just two years ago. I’m concerned about ISPs being allowed to discriminate against certain types of data or websites because ISPs could have too much power to determine what I can do online. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can’t block or slow Internet users’ access to certain websites or create Internet “fast lanes” by charging online services and websites money to reach consumers faster. That’s the best way forward to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and consumers as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai’s proposed repeal of the rules would help turn Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with an effective veto right on innovation and expression. That’s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. Thank you for keeping Title II net neutrality rules in place to protect Internet users like me.
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The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
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The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
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The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai?s proposal to hand the government-subsidized ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the legal cover to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the vital privacy and access safeguards we worked for and so recently won. I?m afraid of a ?pay-to-play? Internet where ISPs can charge more for certain websites because 3. Thankfully, the existing Open Internet rules mean that ISP monopolies can?t slow or block consumers? ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites more money to reach people faster. That?s the right kind of forward-looking approach to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai?s proposed repeal of the rules would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That?s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.' OR 1=1 OR '1'='1
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The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should reject Chairman Ajit Pai’s proposal to hand the ISP monopolies like AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon the legal cover to engage in data discrimination, stripping users of the vital access and privacy safeguards we demanded and just recently won. I’m worried about creating a tiered Internet with “fast lanes” for certain sites or services because Users will have fewer options and a less diverse Internet. Thankfully, the current net neutrality rules ensure that ISP monopolies can’t block or slow Internet users’ ability to see certain websites or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites money to reach people faster. That’s the best way forward to ensure the Internet remains a level playing field that benefits consumers and small businesses as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai’s proposed repeal of the rules would help turn ISPs into Internet gatekeepers with an effective veto right on expression and innovation. That’s not the kind of Internet we want to pass on to future generations of technology users. Thank you for keeping Title II net neutrality rules in place to protect Internet users like me.
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The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC should reject Chairman Ajit Pai’s plan to give the government-subsidized telecom giants like AT&T, Verizon, and Comcast the legal cover to throttle whatever they please, stripping consumers of the vital access and privacy protections we demanded and so recently won. I’m concerned about ISPs being allowed to discriminate against certain types of data or websites because ISPs could have too much power to determine what I can do online. Thankfully, the current Open Internet rules mean that Internet providers can’t slow or block users’ ability to see certain web services or create Internet “fast lanes” by charging online services and websites money to reach consumers faster. That’s the best way forward to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and consumers as well as larger players. Chairman Pai’s proposal would transform ISPs into gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That’s not the kind of Internet we want to pass on to future generations of technology users. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.