Save The Internet

Ok…this is a break from my normal blog posts but I thought you should all be aware of what is going on in the USA and hopefully you take a minute to voice your opinion.

The US Congress is pushing a law that would abandon the Internet’s First Amendment — a principle called Network Neutrality that prevents companies like AT&T, Verizon and Comcast from deciding which Web sites work best for you — based on what site pays them the most. If the public doesn’t speak up now, our elected officials will cave to a multi-million dollar lobbying campaign.
How this effects you

Watch the below short video to get any idea of the stakes and then take a minute to Act by clicking here and choosing one of the options. More details at: www.savetheinternet.com

5 Responses to “Save The Internet”

  1. Lionchild says:

    OMG… the privatization of the interent.. i hope the grid comes out soon…

  2. And I thought the phone and cable companies were already greedy.

    If this does ever go through we should already have a plan that makes it illegal to block any religious contented websites, blog-sites,videos etc.They should already block internet porn,child porn and anything associated with it but it make too much money from sick-o people so they will allow it. Lets figure out a plan for religious sites ahead of this time from this evil monopoly.I would stop going on the internet in a boycott if this happened.Ridiculous!Ludicrous

    Also if this ever did go through we should put funds together as consumers to pay the best hackers to figure out the toughest viruses and trojan horses known to man.

    After a while they will try to tell you what and how to think.How greedy can they get.

    This is a cyber Berlin wall!!!

    SatNam
    Waheguru Ji ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji ki fateh!

  3. Anonymous says:

    i get the congress(USA) is being lobbied by these companies, does that mean us in the UK will not be affected?

    because none of the companies listed are from the UK.

  4. Anon: I think this will effect everyone. A large number of the web services and websites that we all use are hosted in the USA and pass through the networks here. The core internet infrastructure is still based in the USA.

    I think this would effect everyone around the world.

  5. Please respond now and make your opinion known.