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Companies to Protest Net Neutrality Rollback

CNET reports that companies are instituting “a day of action July 12 to protest the potential rollback of net neutrality rules proposed by the Federal Communications Commission [FCC].” Participants, including Amazon, Etsy, Vimeo, and reddit, will encourage people to contact Congress and the FCC.

Vimeo says, “Net neutrality made it possible for Vimeo, along with countless other startups, to innovate and thrive. The FCC’s proposed rollback of the 2015 open internet rules threatens to impede that innovation and allow a handful of incumbent ISPs to determine winners and losers.” 

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