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WATCH: Campaigners Hope Viral Livestream Can Thwart Telecom Effort to Sabotage Net Neutrality Bill

WATCH: Campaigners Hope Viral Livestream Can Thwart Telecom Effort to Sabotage Net Neutrality Bill

Jake Johnson, staff writer

In an effort to stop sabotage by the telecom industry and let lawmakers know "the whole internet is watching," net neutrality campaigners on Tuesday are trying to make the livestream of a crucial committee hearing and vote on the Save the Internet Act go viral.

Rep. Frank Pallone, New Jersey (Long Branch/New Brunswick offices) –
all DOWN – including through Congressional switchboard

Long Branch 07740 – 732-870-3890
New Brunswick 08901 - 732-249-1335

Hope everyone else is doing better reaching their Reps – !!

Presumably their mail boxes are full and lines down?

Did get through to Rep. Darren Soto – 202-225-9889 Florida
Zip 34744 –
Live person actually answered –

Should also be noted that Comcast and Verizon are making BILLIONS
from PORNOGRAPHY on the internet
Anyone in Congress or State Legislatures knows this.

More of the public should be aware of it –

If this bill does not pass, the resulting loss of the internet is the loss of freedoms beyond belief. The criminals and greed capitalists that want to “own” the internet are a handful compared to those who want it to remain open. “They” are now operating in the open with no shame whatsoever. To stand for the loss of the internet is to cower in a corner and allow fear to win AGAIN! FIGHT! in however many ways you can think of. Do not shrivel and accept; that is no longer acceptable or forgivable!