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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, Verizon, and Comcast free rein to create Internet fast lanes, stripping users of the meaningful access and privacy 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 ISPs could have too much power to determine what I can do online. Thankfully, the current FCC regulations mean that Internet providers can’t block or slow customers’ access to certain websites or create Internet “fast lanes” by charging websites and online services 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 consumers and small businesses as well as entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai’s proposal would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with an effective veto right on innovation and expression. That’s not how the Internet was built, and that's not what we want. I run a small independent website and don't want to be shut out or pay extra fees based on the preferences of ISPs. I also want to have open access to all website options available for personal use. Thank you for keeping Title II net neutrality rules in place to protect Internet users like me.
105242099515592
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 Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T the legal cover to throttle whatever they please, stripping Internet users of the vital access and privacy rules 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 not only will users have fewer options and a less diverse internet but also allows for ISPs to have too much power to influence what I can do online. Thankfully, the existing FCC regulations ensure that ISP monopolies can’t slow or block Internet users’ ability to see certain web services or create Internet “fast lanes” by charging websites and online service 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 entrenched Internet companies. Pai’s proposed repeal of the rules would transform ISPs into gatekeepers with an effective veto right on innovation and expression. That’s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. A free and open internet matters to me because I dont want cable and telecommunications companies to be able to control which websites load quickly, load slowly, or don't load at all. The principles responsible for making the Internet such a success would be fundamentally undermined were broadband carriers given the ability to affect what people see and do online. Net neutrality helps to foster free speech and lead to further democratic participation on the Internet. It is the First Amendment of our time. Monopolization of the Internet would stifle the diversity of independent news sources and the generation of innovative and novel web content. In addition, by allowing cable companies the right to charge for a "fast lane" would create an exploitative business model based on the ISPs position as gatekeepers. By charging websites for access, network owners may be able to block competitor Web sites and services, as well as refuse access to those unable to pay. By allowing for "fast lane" and "slow lane" usage, this would put newer online companies at a disadvantage and slow innovation in online services because they would not have the money to compete with larger companies. Net neutrality is needed because it puts everyone on equal terms, which helps drive innovation. It is a preservation of the way the Internet has always operated, where the quality of websites and services determine whether they succeed or fail, rather than deal with ISPs. Thank you for keeping Title II net neutrality rules in place to protect Internet users like me.
105252482325689
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.
10512776516288
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 telecom giants like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T free rein to engage in data discrimination, stripping consumers of the necessary access and privacy protections we worked for 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 current Open Internet rules mean that ISPs can’t slow or block customers’ access to certain websites or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites 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 entrenched Internet companies. Chairman Pai’s proposal would help turn Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with the ability to veto new expression and innovation. That’s not how the Internet was built, and that not what we want. I use it extensively for both professional research and personal entertainment, purchases, and research. It is a critical resource and I object to the idea that ISPs should be able to discriminate and determine how the information I wish to find is supplied to me. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
10524095694531
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 ISP monopolies like Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T the authority to throttle whatever they please, stripping users of the vital access and privacy protections we fought for and just recently won. I’m worried about creating a tiered Internet with “fast lanes” for certain sites or services because Educational institutions and their students could have less/restricted access to the vital educational resources they need. Thankfully, the current Open Internet rules mean that Internet providers can’t slow or block customers’ ability to see certain web services or create Internet “fast lanes” by charging websites and online service money to reach consumers 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 larger players. Chairman Pai’s proposed repeal of the rules 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 am an educator. The web, when it is open and neutral, is a place where my students can access information to help them with their studies. It is a place where we can explore ideas and connections that they would not otherwise have access to. By removing net neutrality, you are guaranteeing a less engaging and informative educational experience for millions of American students. Please do not amplify the barriers that our students face. I urge you to keep Title II net neutrality in place, and safeguard Internet users like me.
1052447692382
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.
1052492371124
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.
10525953101222
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.
10525100560033
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.
10524936401590
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 AT&T, Verizon, and Comcast the legal cover to throttle whatever they please, stripping consumers of the necessary access and privacy safeguards 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 existing Open Internet rules mean that Internet providers can’t slow or block customers’ access to certain websites 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 consumers and small businesses as well as entrenched Internet companies. Pai’s proposed repeal of the rules would help turn ISPs into gatekeepers with an effective veto right on innovation and expression. That’s contrary to the basic precepts on which the Internet was built. I believe ISPs currently make plenty of money. Over the last two weeks, my local ISP decided to charge every single one of their residential subscribers $5 more a month for "necessary maintenance." Currently, I only have two options for ISPs and the other option does not provide consistent service where I live. If my current ISP was given the option to throttle certain websites to increase the flow of money to them, they most DEFINITELY will. Please do not allow them this freedom because they will take advantage of it at the cost of the rights of the individuals. Thanks for protecting Internet users like me by upholding the existing Title II net neutrality rules.
1052400509876
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 Verizon, AT&T, and Comcast the authority to throttle whatever they please, stripping users of the vital access and privacy protections we fought 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 net neutrality rules ensure that Internet providers can’t slow or block customers’ ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging websites and online services more money to reach customers faster. That’s exactly the right balance 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 help turn ISPs 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. It's the greatest collection of learning in the world. It makes our world a smaller place and richer place. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
105270264203262
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 ISP monopolies like AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon the authority to throttle whatever they please, stripping users of the necessary privacy and access safeguards we worked 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 net neutrality rules mean that ISP monopolies can’t slow or block our access to certain web services or create Internet “fast lanes” by charging online services and websites more money to reach customers faster. That’s the best way forward to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits small businesses and Internet users as well as entrenched Internet companies. Pai’s proposal would help turn Internet providers 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. Chairman Pai, either protect the American people and our access to information or get out. Thank you for keeping Title II net neutrality rules in place to protect Internet users like me.
1052790182235
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 telecom giants like AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon the authority to engage in data discrimination, stripping consumers of the vital access and privacy 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 users will have fewer options and a less diverse Internet. Thankfully, the existing net neutrality rules ensure that Internet providers can’t block or slow consumers’ ability to see certain web services 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 small businesses and consumers as well as larger players. Pai’s proposal would help turn ISPs 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. Thanks for protecting Internet users like me by upholding the existing Title II net neutrality rules.
10525463916789
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.
10524009336828
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.
1052569765412
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.
105241206529804
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.
105241974812023
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.
1052446467606
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.
10524768403898
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 AT&T, Verizon, and Comcast the authority to throttle whatever they please, stripping Internet users of the necessary access and privacy 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 net neutrality rules ensure that ISPs can’t slow or block our access to certain web services or create Internet “fast lanes” by charging websites and online service more money to reach consumers 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 proposal would transform 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. My livelihood depends on the internet. We use it to do research on everything in the world. Thank you for keeping Title II net neutrality rules in place to protect Internet users like me.
105242766405864
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.
10525042261528
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 telecom giants like AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon the authority to throttle whatever they please, stripping users of the meaningful access and privacy protections 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 current Open Internet rules ensure that Internet providers can’t slow or block customers’ ability to see certain websites or create Internet “fast lanes” by charging websites and online services more money to reach consumers faster. That’s exactly the right balance to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits Internet users and small businesses as well as entrenched Internet companies. Pai’s proposed repeal of the rules would help turn ISPs 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. The Internet is a valuable resource for learning and exploration of new ideas. Leave it as shared resource not a corporate controlled piggy bank. Thanks for protecting Internet users like me by upholding the existing Title II net neutrality rules.
105240661911970
The FCC needs to stand up for Internet users like me and keep the net neutrality rules that are already in effect. The FCC must oppose Changing Net Neutrality so what Verizon did to my service won't happen to others: they gradually slowed my internet access down to 7.5 Meg's claiming the wires could not handle the 35 I was getting but for only $119.00/month I could upgrade to Time-Warner and 100 Meg's of speed. An End-run that circumvents fair play. I appreciate you maintaining Title II net neutrality rules and the rights of Internet users like me.
105281020720474
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 ISP monopolies like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T the authority to create Internet fast lanes, stripping users of the meaningful privacy and access rules we fought 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 ensure that ISP monopolies can’t block or slow customers’ access to certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites money to reach consumers faster. That’s exactly the right balance to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits Internet users and small businesses 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 the kind of Internet we want to pass on to future generations of technology users. The internet has the power to let small businesses reach customers, let children pursue learning opportunities, to let people connect all over the world. Let's not put that in danger in favor of big internet corporations. I urge you to keep Title II net neutrality in place, and safeguard Internet users like me.
1052445335393
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.
105240745915656
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.
10524423314707
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.
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.
10524401705535
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 give the ISP monopolies like AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon the legal cover to throttle whatever they please, stripping Internet users 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 users will have fewer options and a less diverse Internet. Thankfully, the current net neutrality rules mean that Internet providers can’t block or slow users’ access to certain web services or create Internet “fast lanes” 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 small businesses and Internet users as well as larger players. Chairman Pai’s proposal would help turn ISPs 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. Its a free and open space for equal access to information, education, and social connection. It has to remain open! 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.
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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 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 government-subsidized telecom giants like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T free rein to throttle whatever they please, stripping Internet users of the necessary 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 existing Open Internet rules ensure that Internet providers can’t block or slow consumers’ ability to see certain websites or create Internet “fast lanes” by charging online services and websites more money to reach customers 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. Pai’s proposal would transform ISPs 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. 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 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 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 hand the ISP monopolies like Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon the legal cover to engage in data discrimination, stripping users of the meaningful access and privacy protections we fought 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 net neutrality rules ensure that Internet providers can’t slow or block consumers’ ability to see certain websites 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. Chairman Pai’s proposal would transform Internet providers into Internet gatekeepers with an effective veto right on innovation and expression. That’s not how the Internet was built, and that's not what we want. A free and open Internet is the only path forward in the digital age to preserve our fundamental rights to free speech. Comcast does not own the Internet, the people do. Do not destroy the Internet for the benefit of the few. 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 proposal to hand the telecom giants like AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon free rein to create Internet fast lanes, stripping consumers of the vital access and privacy 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 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 and ISP's could have too much power to determine what I can do online. Thankfully, the current FCC regulations mean that ISPs can’t slow or block Internet users’ ability to see certain websites or create Internet “fast lanes” by charging websites and online services more money to reach consumers faster. That’s the best way forward to make sure competition in the Internet space is fair and benefits Internet users and small businesses as well as larger players. Pai’s proposal would help turn Internet providers into gatekeepers with an effective veto right on innovation and expression. That’s not how the Internet was built, and that's not what we want. 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 and ISP's could have too much power to determine what I can do online. 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 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.