September 08, 2014


Urgent action needed: Big Telecom giants are about to force many of our favorite websites into an Internet slow lane, making them buffer sporadically and return errors.[1]

Click here to join RootsAction and OpenMedia in using the power of the free Internet to keep the Internet free.

Even if you've raised your voice on this issue before, now is the time for us all to speak as one. Right now, rules are being worked out[2] that could set a global standard[3] enabling Big Telecom Internet providers to force our Internet use into a slow lane. 

We have to raise a loud global call[4] by the crucialSeptember 15th deadline for public input.

Please click here to add your voice to a global movement of Internet users sending decision-makers a powerful message in the final days public input.

This ruling will determine whether you can access whatever you want, whenever you want, at full speed – whether that’s Netflix, your favorite online comedy site, or your online banking.

Big Telecom wants to take away that choice, and turn the Internet into Cable TV 2.0, where whole websites will be slowed to a snail’s pace.

The effects of this landmark rule-making will be felt worldwide.[5] Even for those who don't live in the U.S., many favorite websites do.

Join with Internet users around the world in the largest digital rights campaign the world has ever seen. We don't have much time: speak out now before the crucial deadline. Click here!

-- The Team

P.S. RootsAction is an independent online force endorsed by Jim Hightower, Barbara Ehrenreich, Cornel West, Daniel Ellsberg, Glenn Greenwald, Naomi Klein, Bill Fletcher Jr., Laura Flanders, former U.S. Senator James Abourezk, Coleen Rowley, Frances Fox Piven, and many others.