Are you wondering what you can do to help prevent Internet Slow Lanes? Well, thanks to our friends at Mozilla, there are plenty of ways to help save Net Neutrality. Check out the link below, and try out our handy Letter-to-the-editor tool at https://OpenMedia.org/SlowLane/Letter
Article by Mozilla
At Mozilla, we exist to protect the free and open web. Today, that openness and freedom is under threat.
The open Internet’s founding principle is under attack. Policymakers in the U.S. are considering rules that would erase “Net Neutrality,” the principle that all data on the Internet should be treated equally. If these rule changes go through, many fear it will create a “two-tier” Internet, where monopolies are able to charge huge fees for special “fast lanes” while everyone else gets the slow lane. This would threaten the very openness, level playing field and innovation that make the web great — not only in the U.S., but around the world.
Using the open web to save the open web
This is a crucial moment that will affect the open web’s future. But not enough people know about it or understand what’s at stake. Net Neutrality’s opponents are banking on the fact that Net Neutrality is so “geeky,” complex, and hard to explain that people just won’t care. That’s why Mozilla is inviting you to join us and other Internet Freedom organizations to educate, empower, organize and win.
- Read more at Mozilla