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FCC.GOV/COMMENTS: Today Last Day to Tell Cable Companies Where To Go

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Net Neutrality, (HBO)

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Net Neutrality, (HBO)

There they are, all your telecom friends: Time Warner Cable, Comcast, AT&T, Cox, and Verizon. If you leave it to them, they will get their internet fast lane, they will keep little start-up companies on a slow lane, and they will charge you if you want a faster internet connection from the slower one they have created for you. Care to comment?? Today is the last day for public comment as the FCC decides the next step toward the end of the internet as we know it. Leave your comment now at fcc.gov/comments.

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Occupy Google and Saving The Internet

Occupy-Google-Net-Nuetrality-2014

If you don’t take a stand for net neutrality, corporations, like cable companies, are more than happy to sound off against it by creating fake people’s campaigns. Corporations are people too, right? Time is running out to make YOUR VOICE heard in the latest test to a free Internet.

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