It May Be The Final Days Of Free & Open Internet
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On December 14th, the FCC is voting to gut net neutrality. While internet providers like Verizon will definitely abuse their monopoly-like power with net neutrality protections, undoing Obama era net neutrality rules will escalate corporate control of mass media in the US and must be avoided. Net neutrality can only truly be protected by a revolution in who owns the networks. We need to end our dependence on telecom monopolies and build locally-owned internet infrastructure. Redacted Tonight Correspondent John F. O’Donnell joins host Lee Camp at the desk to not only remind us about the need for municipal broadband, but to let everyone know that there are still a number of actions happening across the country where we can push back and demand a free and open internet.
Actions are planned at the FCC in Washington, DC on December 13 and 14. Click here to receive more information.