Awesome, the easier the EFF makes it for the public, the better.
Sounds like another great excuse to donate some money to the EFF:
Also this via reddit:
Take Action(Today only) Tell Congress: Don’t Sign the Cable Industry Letter Against Real Net Neutrality
- Dial 888-225-5322
- push 1, 4, 0
- a person will answer.
- they will ask for your name and address. you can just give them a zip code if you want.
- “I’m calling to ask the FCC to reclassify Internet Service Providers as Title Two Common Carriers.”
- They’ll ask if there is anything else you would like to add.
- “No, Thank you for your time.”
- hang up.
Go to OpenCongress & type in your zipcode.
Pick up the phone and call each of the these folks. Believe it or not, someone will answer the phone, and phone calls make a difference.
Politely tell the congressional staff that picks up to “Have the FCC classify internet as a Title Two common carrier.” Ask them to repeat what they wrote down.
You can also contact FCC & Congress at stoptheslowlane.com
Spread the word: Have a friend or family member that doesn’t understand net neutrality?
Have them watch this informational video video: 11min; 4min; 2min; read this, or just look at this picture.
Join the May15th Day of Action to Save the Internet
Sign-up to join the rally Thursday morning at the FCC in DC
Sign the NoSlowLane petition
If your representatives who have signed on to the CPC letter supporting Net Neutrality, make sure to call and thank them.
If your senators have published a letter to the FCC supporting Net Neutrality, make sure to call and thank them.
Call the White House and make sure they know you support Net Neutrality
Show the world what the FCC’s “slow lane” looks like and add the #StopTheSlowLane code to your site
Write a Letter to the Editor for your local paper
Join or support the protest outside the FCC in Washington, DC
Share your voice on Twitter. Suggested tweets:
We support #NetNeutrality and call on the @FCC to ensure companies large and small have equal access to the Internet
#NetNeutrality and an Open Internet is essential to maintaining a level playing-field for innovation. We call on the @FCC to protect it
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