The Next Round for Net Neutrality

The Republican controlled 109th Congress has come to an end. With it has come an end to the first attempt by corporations like AT&T, Verizon, BellSouth and Comcast to gut Net Neutrality. who spent more than $150 million lobbying Congress to gut Net Neutrality. The fate of Net Neutrality has now been passed to what appears to be a more Web-friendly Congress. The end of this Congress – and death of Sen. Ted Stevens’ horrible bill – gives us the chance to have a long overdue public conversation about what the future of the Internet should look like. This will not only include ensuring Net Neutrality, but making the Internet faster, more affordable and accessible.

With that in mind, here is the latest informational ad from Save the


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