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#netneutrality

The LA Times editorial board has endorsed California's legislation, writing that it will "protect the freedom and openness that’s crucial to innovation online." tronc.com/gdpr/latimes.com/ source: twitter.com/eff/status/1009470

RT @freepress: is absolutely not dead.

Here's a detailed explanation of what needs to happen ASAP in the U.S. House of Rep… source: twitter.com/fsf/status/1009443

Tomorrow, California Assemblymember @SantiagoAD53 could force key provisions from the state's bill to be removed on behalf of AT&T and Comcast.

We need every Californian right now that supports net neutrality to call their Assemblymember. eff.org/deeplinks/2018/06/chai source: twitter.com/eff/status/1009155

RT @corizarek: I learned a lot over the past year working closely with @gigibsohn at @mozilla -- about and … source: twitter.com/mozilla/status/100

This past Monday, protections ended. But the House of Representatives can still reinstate them. See where your representative stands: checkyourreps.org/ source: twitter.com/eff/status/1008144

We need to stop discriminatory “zero rating” practices that let ISPs push low-income users to their own favored products. Pass SB 822 so we have gold standard in California. eff.org/deeplinks/2018/06/cali source: twitter.com/eff/status/1008102

AT&T is fighting to take a ban on discriminatory zero rating out of California’s gold standard legislation before it becomes law, letting them create two Internets premised on how much income you have. eff.org/deeplinks/2018/06/cali source: twitter.com/eff/status/1007321

AT&T should not be able to create an inferior wireless Internet for low income users, and California’s S.B. 822, the gold standard in bills, protects them against it eff.org/deeplinks/2018/06/cali source: twitter.com/eff/status/1006940

The death of #netneutrality isn't going to be a flashy apocalypse: it will be a slow decline into the Internet of ISP gatekeeping, until one day, you're asked to pay more for the content you want to see. Don't let them win: https://u.fsf.org/2ls

The death of isn't going to be a flashy apocalypse: it will be a slow decline into the internet of ISP gatekeeping, until one day, you're asked to pay more for the content you want to see. Don't let them win: eff.org/deeplinks/2018/06/blea source: twitter.com/fsf/status/1006611

Today marks the first day that the hard-won protections of the 2015 Open Internet Order have ended. But this does not mean the fight is over. eff.org/deeplinks/2018/06/even source: twitter.com/eff/status/1006350

As of today, protections are no longer in place, leaving the door wide open for internet service companies to make small tweaks over time with the hope–and expectation–that you won’t even notice. aclu.org/blog/free-speech/inte source: twitter.com/mozilla/status/100

The FCC's rollback of rules is now in effect—but don't expect the Internet to change overnight.

Here's what will happen and why. (Thread) eff.org/deeplinks/2018/06/blea source: twitter.com/eff/status/1006293

Happening now: EFF's @EFFFalcon is discussing the fight for a free and open Internet and on a Reddit AMA with @fightfortheftr. old.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments source: twitter.com/eff/status/1006226

RT @SenMarkey: The repeal of officially goes into effect today, but the fight is far from over.

The people saying we can’t… source: twitter.com/fsf/status/1006209

Do you know where your representative stands on ? Find out and tell them to support restoring the 2015 Open Internet Order checkyourreps.org/ source: twitter.com/eff/status/1005462