Today /r/Videos is participating in the Internet-Wide Day of Action in Protection of Net Neutrality.



Today /r/Videos is participating in the Internet-Wide Day of Action in Protection of Net Neutrality. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is attempting to slash net neutrality protections that prevent Internet Service Providers from censoring, blocking, and throttling websites and apps they don't approve of, or charging extra fees to access data based on the nature of its content.If you are a redditor or internet user of any kind, this affects you directly. Visit Battle for the Net, which will enable you to send a letter to the FCC and Congress in moments. Time is of the essence, so send that letter now before it's too late!


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