Help us save Net Neutrality.

FCC Chair Ajit Pai was hoping his announcement to dismantle Net Neutrality would get buried before Thanksgiving.

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Instead, it’s supercharged the campaign — and we’re more determined than ever to keep the Internet accessible for all.

Now, it’s critical you take action to defend the Internet.

We only have nine days to stop the FCC vote, and we need your help. We need $10,000 to launch a huge ad campaign on the most influential news sites that decision makers read.

Can you chip in to secure the future of the Internet for all of us?

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Anything extra we raise will go directly into our work to keep the Internet free, open, and accessible to all.

The internet we know and love is built on a foundation of extreme optimism, marked realism, and radical openness. It was designed to improve the lives of people, not just corporate profits.

This vote could change all that, setting up a bunch of big corporate heads making backroom deals to decide the future of the most important technology of our time. It’s outrageous and we’re fighting back with everything we’ve got.

Can you chip in for our hard-hitting ads?

Yes, I’ll chip in to secure the future of the Internet for all of us.

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We’ve only been able to hold back some of the worst proposals for the Internet because of people like you — a massive community of internet users who care about a healthy Internet.

Given the public divisiveness on this issue and the shaky legal ground his rules are built on, Chairman Pai should do the honorable thing and remove the vote from December’s agenda.

It’s crucial we keep Net Neutrality protections in place as the public and Congress continue to debate this vital issue. The internet’s influence over politics, business, and our social life is just too dominant to leave in the hands of the highest bidder.

The FCC’s decision on Net Neutrality is being made very soon — and if we don’t act together today, we’ll lose.

Placing ads in *the* publications that D.C. decision makers read works. Elected officials are susceptible to public pressure, so a huge crowd-funded digital ad campaign paid for by thousands of us will have a huge impact.

Can you chip in for a free, healthy, and open Internet?

Yes, I’ll chip in to help protect the future of the Internet.

Donate now

Anything extra we raise will go directly into our work to keep the Internet free, open, and accessible to all.

Thank you so much for your support,

Mark Surman
Mozilla

P.S. If you’re outside the U.S. and think that this debate will have no effect on your online life, this Canadian perspective might be of interest to you.

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