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The loss of net neutrality has already begun to have a real-world impact on the lives of people across America. Businesses have suffered. Veterans have been ignored. And first responders have had their safety put at risk in the absence of a free and open internet. Here’s what some of them have to say:
As a proud veteran of the USMC, I strongly support net neutrality backed by Title 2 oversight of ISPs. Corporations should have no right to restrict or favor any internet traffic over another. In contrast to the lies of Ajit Pai we have seen corporations such as Verizon, Comcast and others attempt to do just that prior to the previous net neutrality laws (which did not go far enough to protect the internet). Please do what we we elected you to do and represent the American people in this and not lobbyists for corporations. We will be watching how you vote.
— Eldon Alameda from Vets for the Net
These companies, organizations, and individuals are helping spread the word or joining our stream on June 11th.
Amy Vilela, Knock Down The House
Chris Mitchell, Institute for Local Self-Reliance
Craig Aaron, Free Press
Craig Pasta Jardula, The Convo Couch
Douglas Crawford, ProPrivacy
Fiorella Isabel, The Convo Couch
Francella Ochillo, National Hispanic Media Coalition
Gareth Reynolds, The Dollop
Gigi Sohn, Distinguished Fellow at the Georgetown Institute for Technology Law
Greg Palast, Investigative Reporter
Jeff Waldorf, Host of Around the Nation with TYT Nation
Jose Tro, US Army Veteran
Krish Mohan, Fork Full Of Noodles Podcast
Left at London, Musician, songwriter, and video creator
Malcolm Fleschner, The Young Turks
Mike Eagle, Hip Hop Artist and Comedian
Mike Linksvayer, GitHub
Niko House, MCSC Network
Omar Hakim, Consumer Union
Peter Welch, Congress
Ro Khanna, Congress
Ron Placone, Comedian, GetYourNewsOnWithRon
Sarah Morris, Open Technology Institute
Savage Joy, Real Progressive
Shannon Thomas, Knock Down The House/Activist
Stephen Carl, Slow News Day
Tara Devlin, Tarabuster Podcast
Travis Isensee, First Responder
Victoria Ruiz, Downtown Boys
Vikram Aiyer, Postmates
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