January 14 is the one year anniversary of the Verizon court decision that ended net neutrality. The judge stated that the only way to protect net neutrality was to reclassify the Internet as a common carrier under Title II of the telecommunications act.
Now that the Federal Communications Commission has come out in favor of Title II, the giant telecoms like Verizon, Comcast and AT&T are doing everything they can in Congress to stop the FCC.
Time to make the telecoms, already some of the most hated corporations, into political poison.
Rally at the National Cable and Telecommunications Association
25 Massachusetts Ave., NW Washington, DC
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
It’s a block from Union Station which is on the metro red line. We’ll be wearing hazmat suits.
Bring signs or use ours calling out the telecoms for going against democracy, for corrupting politicians and for destroying Internet freedom.
25 Massachusetts Ave
Nw, DC 20001
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