The complete tally of groups and people involved in the protest, organized by activist group Fight for the Future, is massive, so any list will necessarily be incomplete.
I thought it would be some fun thing, something where I would do it and worse case scenario say “lol I was a guy I trolled you lulz”, etc.
“Today I stand with those who believe that a free and open internet is a foundational principle of our democracy,” Clyburn writes.
“Its benefits can be felt across our economy and around the globe.” The humor site put up a video called “Why Net Neutrality Matters (And What You Can Do To Help)” that explains the issue.
“The internet needs to remain a level playing field where the reach of one’s voice is determined by quality of ideas and not a handful of CEOs.” The mayor of more than 50 cities, including New York mayor Bill de Blasio, San Francisco mayor Ed Lee, and Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel, wrote a letter to FCC chairman Ajit Pai asking him to “maintain and enforce the 2015 Open Internet Order.” Removing net neutrality protections, they write, “poses a significant risk of stifling American innovation and harming local economies across the country.” Trip Advisor has been tweeting about preserving net neutrality, though there doesn’t appear to be any changes to its homepage.
Life in the Internet slow lane is like bumper-to-bumper traffic.