Fight for the Future
Pro-net neutrality activist group Fight for the Future has put up a series of billboards shaming Republican members of Congress who want to eliminate the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality rules and classification of broadband providers as common carriers.
The billboards in the lawmakers’ home states urge people to contact their elected officials and say a net neutrality repeal will lead to “slower, censored, and more expensive Internet.” They were paid for by hundreds of small donations, the group said.
Broadband providers Comcast, Verizon, and Charter get shoutouts on the billboards as well.
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