AT&T is about to cripple a video-calling app called FaceTime, telling iPhone users that to get it via mobile, they’ll have to pay a premium (more expensive) rate. Today, we’re collaborating with FreePress to give you a way to take a stand: Please tell the FCC to take action against AT&T's blocking.
The pro-Internet community is being faced with restrictive bills and pieces of legislation that want to criminalize, filter and radically change our Internet as we know it. As the Trans-Pacific Partnership resumes negotiations this week, help in speaking out against these invasive implications by adding your voice to our http://StopTheTrap.net campaign and tell our government leaders that we are standing together for an open Internet.
Last week, the 15th round of negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership wrapped up in New Zealand. The secretive agreement, which has allowed for very little public input, will provide new ways for Big Media to criminalize your Internet use. Concerned about what the Internet will look like under the TPP? You should be.