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ID Name Comment
10508706115100 Anthony Natelli
I support strong net neutrality backed by Title II oversight of ISPs.
10518083151972 Ian Sewart
Don't kill net neutrality. We deserve a free and open Internet with strong Title II rules. This will ensure that the flow of data is determined by the interests of Internet users
10509301821601 Jason Bennett
I support strong net neutrality backed by title II oversite of ISPs.
10518855202508 Lorraine Wilson
A free and open internet is critical for Americans to connect with their friends and family, exercise their freedom of speech, and create innovative new businesses. In 2015, the FCC established strong net neutrality rules to protect the free and open internet Americans depend on. Please reject any plan from Trump or his FCC Chair to roll back net neutrality rules and open the door to a corporate controlled internet.
1051807628530 zelma taylor
Don't kill net neutrality. We deserve a free and open Internet with strong Title II rules. This will ensure that the flow of data is determined by the interests of Internet users
1070377750254 Jessika Dresdner
On July 12 is the Protect Net Neutrality Day of Action! This would be the day to protect our freedom of internet and Fight to escape the control of our life by the ISPs - the corporations we all despise. Do not let them get away with this, fight For Our Future as if our life depend on it!
105182945901005 Stephanie Rohrer
Don't kill net neutrality. We deserve a free and open Internet with strong Title II rules. This will ensure that the flow of data is determined by the interests of Internet users
1050976067914 Ethan Witte
KEEP NET NEUTRALITY, KEEP TITLE 2
10511150368833 Susie Williams
As an Internet user, I'm asking the FCC to protect the net neutrality protections currently in place. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai's proposal to give the ISP monopolies like Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon the authority to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the meaningful access and privacy protections 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 net neutrality rules ensure that Internet providers can't slow or block our ability to see certain websites or create Internet "fast lanes" by charging websites and online service 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 proposed repeal of the rules 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. I urge you to keep Title II net neutrality in place, and safeguard Internet users like me. Sincerely, Susie Williams
10518101107654 Roger H. Harrell
Don't kill net neutrality. We deserve a free and open Internet with strong Title II rules. This will ensure that the flow of data is determined by the interests of Internet users
10511837830129 Silva Jones
As an Internet user, I'm asking the FCC to protect the net neutrality protections currently in place. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai's proposal to give the ISP monopolies like Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon the authority to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the meaningful access and privacy protections 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 net neutrality rules ensure that Internet providers can't slow or block our ability to see certain websites or create Internet "fast lanes" by charging websites and online service 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 proposed repeal of the rules 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. I urge you to keep Title II net neutrality in place, and safeguard Internet users like me. Sincerely, Silva Jones
105180440006164 Carina Acuna
Don't kill net neutrality. We deserve a free and open Internet with strong Title II rules. This will ensure that the flow of data is determined by the interests of Internet users
10510561513688 Kevin Florence
Using title II please help keep net neutrality regulated. Removing net neutrality is an awful idea.
1051134417716 Wilma J Ellis
As an Internet user, I'm asking the FCC to protect the net neutrality protections currently in place. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai's proposal to give the ISP monopolies like Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon the authority to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the meaningful access and privacy protections 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 net neutrality rules ensure that Internet providers can't slow or block our ability to see certain websites or create Internet "fast lanes" by charging websites and online service 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 proposed repeal of the rules 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. I urge you to keep Title II net neutrality in place, and safeguard Internet users like me. Sincerely, Wilma J Ellis
105100587706882 Callie Fleckner
I support strong net neutrality backed by Title 2 oversight of ISPs. ISPs already have too much power and already manipulate the marketplace in unfair ways, they must not be given more leeway. Keep net neutrality safe.
10509639104310 Jeff Seifer
I support strong net neutrality backed by Title 2 oversight of ISPs.
10518054217010 Richard Haas
A free and open internet is critical for Americans to connect with their friends and family, exercise their freedom of speech, and create innovative new businesses. In 2015, the FCC established strong net neutrality rules to protect the free and open internet Americans depend on. Please reject any plan from Trump or his FCC Chair to roll back net neutrality rules and open the door to a corporate controlled internet.
107120241714061 Tikhon Tikhonov
On July 12 is the Protect Net Neutrality Day of Action! This would be the day to protect our freedom of internet and Fight to escape the control of our life by the ISPs - the corporations we all despise. Do not let them get away with this, fight For Our Future as if our life depend on it!
10508262509760 Yoni Schwartz
I am writing to voice my support for keeping strong net neutrality rules backed by Title II
10509203166215 Christina Trinidad
Mr Verizon lawyer. I respectfully that we keep net neutrality.
10518245436117 j howse
Don't kill net neutrality. We deserve a free and open Internet with strong Title II rules. This will ensure that the flow of data is determined by the interests of Internet users
10518189077620 Judith Martinez
Don't kill net neutrality. We deserve a free and open Internet with strong Title II rules. This will ensure that the flow of data is determined by the interests of Internet users
1050964157555 Gabriel Cleveland
I believe strongly that we should continue to have robust net neutrality backed by Title 2 oversight of ISPs. Anything less would threaten our basic freedoms as internet consumers and private citizens.
10518894908126 Donna Macomber
Don't kill net neutrality. We deserve a free and open Internet with strong Title II rules. This will ensure that the flow of data is determined by the interests of Internet users
10509595629400 Joanne Sciola Smith
I support Net Neutrality
105092713824226 Danica Bowers
Preserve net neutrality under the title II rules
1051124744408 Kay J Beauchemin
As an Internet user, I'm asking the FCC to protect the net neutrality protections currently in place. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai's proposal to give the ISP monopolies like Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon the authority to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the meaningful access and privacy protections 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 net neutrality rules ensure that Internet providers can't slow or block our ability to see certain websites or create Internet "fast lanes" by charging websites and online service 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 proposed repeal of the rules 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. I urge you to keep Title II net neutrality in place, and safeguard Internet users like me. Sincerely, Kay J Beauchemin
1051155962183 Melvin Mullen
As an Internet user, I'm asking the FCC to protect the net neutrality protections currently in place. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai's proposal to give the ISP monopolies like Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon the authority to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the meaningful access and privacy protections 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 net neutrality rules ensure that Internet providers can't slow or block our ability to see certain websites or create Internet "fast lanes" by charging websites and online service 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 proposed repeal of the rules 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. I urge you to keep Title II net neutrality in place, and safeguard Internet users like me. Sincerely, Melvin Mullen
105091812427915 Christopher Williams
Government employees work for the citizens, not multi billion dollar corporations that stand to add to their already growing mountain of profits if Net Neutrality is struck down. I support Net Neutrality, I do not support Ajit Pai or any of his plans to gut Net Neutrality. I think his background is at the absolute least a serious conflict of interest and at its worst a paid shill running the FCC.
1051872943678 Robin Fox
Don't kill net neutrality. We deserve a free and open Internet with strong Title II rules. This will ensure that the flow of data is determined by the interests of Internet users
1050913001521 Michelle Kelly
I support a free and open internet. I support net neutrality under Title 2. Please do not move to alter current net neutrality protections under Title 2. Thank you, Michelle Kelly U.S. Citizen
10518480112838 Mary Bates
Don't kill net neutrality. We deserve a free and open Internet with strong Title II rules. This will ensure that the flow of data is determined by the interests of Internet users
10714982701638 Emily
I’m calling on the FCC to stand up for net neutrality and safeguard Title II protections. 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 vital access and privacy rules 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 ISPs could have too much power to determine what I can do online. Thankfully, the current Open Internet rules ensure that ISP monopolies can’t block or slow customers’ ability to see certain web services or engage in data discrimination by charging online services and websites 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 proposed repeal of the rules would transform ISPs 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 do my work on the internet and use it for my creative projects, too! Please protect net neutrality! Thanks for protecting Internet users like me by upholding the existing Title II net neutrality rules.
106163072007479 Heather Collman
The FCC's job is to stand up for consumers, not big cable companies. To do that, the FCC must keep in place the current rules that protect net neutrality and the free and open internet. Without the current rules, cable companies can tell internet users like me what I can or cannot access on the internet. Cable companies cannot be trusted to protect the free and open internet - keep the current open internet rules in place!
10511786830151 Joseph Henderson
As an Internet user, I'm asking the FCC to protect the net neutrality protections currently in place. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai's proposal to give the ISP monopolies like Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon the authority to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the meaningful access and privacy protections 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 net neutrality rules ensure that Internet providers can't slow or block our ability to see certain websites or create Internet "fast lanes" by charging websites and online service 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 proposed repeal of the rules 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. I urge you to keep Title II net neutrality in place, and safeguard Internet users like me. Sincerely, Joseph Henderson
10511189650791 Kathy Forbes
As an Internet user, I'm asking the FCC to protect the net neutrality protections currently in place. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai's proposal to give the ISP monopolies like Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon the authority to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the meaningful access and privacy protections 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 net neutrality rules ensure that Internet providers can't slow or block our ability to see certain websites or create Internet "fast lanes" by charging websites and online service 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 proposed repeal of the rules 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. I urge you to keep Title II net neutrality in place, and safeguard Internet users like me. Sincerely, Kathy Forbes
105121614213421 Joshua Jackson
I support net neutrality and regulation of ISP. Please keep in place title II for net neutrality as it protects consumers and foster fair competition amongst ISP's and Streaming Digital services.
105081844421852 River Goodwill
I support strong net neutrality backed by Title II oversight of ISPs. We must not let this happen.
10508334614844 darla folkwein
Preserve net neutrality and title ii regulations for internet providers
105121528006337 David Tersoff
As an Internet user, I'm asking the FCC to protect the net neutrality protections currently in place. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai's proposal to give the ISP monopolies like Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon the authority to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the meaningful access and privacy protections 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 net neutrality rules ensure that Internet providers can't slow or block our ability to see certain websites or create Internet "fast lanes" by charging websites and online service 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 proposed repeal of the rules 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. I urge you to keep Title II net neutrality in place, and safeguard Internet users like me. Sincerely, Georgia King
10518944223759 Leonard Alessi
Don't kill net neutrality. We deserve a free and open Internet - one where the flow of data is determined by the interests of Internet users
1050991706685 Mary G Noble
Preserve Net Neutrality
10518778911970 Shannon Gillespie
Don't kill net neutrality. We deserve a free and open Internet - one where the flow of data is determined by the interests of Internet users
10509864411439 Karla Martinez
I support strong net neutrality backed by Title 2.
105090818212645 Sarah Stocker
I support strong net neutrality backed by Title II oversight of ISPs!
10518731619874 Johnnie Mae Keller
Don't kill net neutrality. We deserve a free and open Internet - one where the flow of data is determined by the interests of Internet users
105110231107033 Amanda W Dejesus
As an Internet user, I'm asking the FCC to protect the net neutrality protections currently in place. The FCC should throw out Chairman Ajit Pai's proposal to give the ISP monopolies like Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon the authority to create Internet fast lanes, stripping Internet users of the meaningful access and privacy protections 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 net neutrality rules ensure that Internet providers can't slow or block our ability to see certain websites or create Internet "fast lanes" by charging websites and online service 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 proposed repeal of the rules 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. I urge you to keep Title II net neutrality in place, and safeguard Internet users like me. Sincerely, Amanda W Dejesus
10505937614745 d k
The FCC Open Internet Rules (net neutrality rules) are extremely important to me. I urge you to protect them. I don't want ISPs to have the power to block websites, slow them down, make some more accessible than others, or split the Internet into "fast lanes" for companies that pay and "slow lanes" for the rest. Now is not the time to let giant ISPs censor what we see and do online. Censorship by ISPs is a serious problem. Comcast has throttled Netflix, AT&T blocked FaceTime, Time Warner Cable throttled the popular game League of Legends, and Verizon admitted it will introduce fast lanes for sites that pay—and slow lanes for everyone else—if the FCC lifts the rules. This hurts consumers and businesses large and small. Courts have made clear that if the FCC ends Title II classification, the FCC must let ISPs offer fast lanes to websites for a fee, and Chairman Pai has made clear that he intends to do just this. But if you let ISPs make some websites fast and others artificially slow—for a fee—you will kill the open marketplace that has enabled millions of small businesses and created the 5 most valuable companies in America—just to further enrich a few much less valuable cable giants famous for sky-high prices and abysmal customer service. I'm sending this to the FCC's open proceeding, but I worry that Chairman Pai, a former Verizon lawyer, has made his plans and will ignore me and millions of other Americans. So I'm also sending this to my members of Congress. Please publicly support Title II rules and denounce Chairman Pai's plans. Do whatever you can to dissuade him. Thank you! d k
10523377930649 Morgan Rose
I support net neutrality and Title II.
1051284990134 Jenna Eliel
I support strong net neutrality backed by Title II oversight of ISPs