Big Telecom is about to impose expensive new fees on smaller websites, creating an Internet Slow Lane for everyone except giant conglomerates.
Many of your favourite websites could slow to a crawl.
U.S. FCC Chair Tom Wheeler is about to cave to Big Telecom’s demands at a crucial meeting. We only have 48 hours to tell the FCC to back off their Internet Slow Lane plan. Send your message now.
A huge chorus of voices is rising against the FCC's plan to allow Internet Slow Lanes. We've almost hit 100,000 signatures on our website - will you help us take this campaign to the next level? Go to https://OpenMedia.org/SlowLane and speak out!
Woah, Internet users have posed over 1 million comments against Big Telecom's plan to create an Internet slow lane. Good job! Make sure to speak out at https://OpenMedia.ca/SlowLane if you haven't already!
Cuddles the cat wants you to speak out against the Internet slow lane, right meow. Go to https://OpenMedia.org/SlowLane in the next 12 hours!
Under heavy pressure from Big Telecom, the FCC are considering rules that could put your Internet in the Slow Lane. Let's match that pressure: go to https://OpenMedia.org/SlowLane right now and demand authentic Net Neutrality!
We're running out of time to prevent Internet slow lanes and save net neutrality. We're so serious, we closed our laptops and helped hand-deliver your comments to the FCC. Now it's your turn, go to https://OpenMedia.org/SlowLane to stand up for the open Internet now!
This is a crucial moment for the Internet. In just 48 hours, changes at the U.S. FCC could slow many of your favorite websites to a crawl. Innovation on the net could be brought to a standstill. Fight back here: https://OpenMedia.org/SlowLane.