One of the first things FCC Chairman Ajit Pai did when taking office was to repeal the Obama administration's Net Neutrality rules.
These rules were designed to protect consumers by ensuring that they have fair and equal access to the internet and they prevented internet service providers are prevented from blocking, throttling, or prioritizing content at the whim of giant corporations. Unsurprisingly, the Trump administration wanted these rules eliminated.
Thankfully, a bipartisan bill has just passed the House that would restore the Net Neutrality rules and codify them into law. It's now up to the Senate to pass the legislation, making us one step closer to protecting access to the internet.
Add your name now to tell the Senate to support S.682 and restore Net Neutrality!