At stake is whether the Internet remains a democratic, user-powered network.
The FCC now has presidential backing — and a strong public mandate — to protect the open Internet.
Every major consumer group, a nationwide coalition of mayors, and thousands of startups and small businesses have joined millions of people in urging the FCC to save Net Neutrality.
Despite broad support, net neutrality is being held hostage by Washington politics.
Comcast's plan to merge with Time Warner Cable could leave millions of Americans stranded on the digital equivalent of a winding dirt road.
The government can keep us safe from terrorism without stifling free speech, invading everyone's privacy, and seizing our data.