- charging us extra fees to access the online content we want
- throttling, blocking, and censoring websites and apps
- picking winners and losers when it comes to streaming services, games, and online content
The good news is that the FCC has to answer to Congress, so you have the power to protect net neutrality.
The FCC is currently accepting public comment (until July 17) on its proposal against net neutrality, which is ironically titled "Restoring Internet Freedom."
Please make the time to have your voice be heard on this issue.
Due to the FCC having a convoluted and confusing website, here is the direct FCC comment link for the "Restoring Internet Freedom" proposal (you'll need to click on + Express to fill out the comment page).
To let Congress know where you stand on this issue, find your representative in Congress at http://www.house.gov/representatives/find/