New Media Rights joins the Internet Slowdown: a protest to protect the Open Internet

This week we'll be submitting detailed reply comments in the FCC's Open Internet proceeding, providing detailed legal, economic, and cultural reasons, from the standpoint of internet users independent creators why the Open Internet must be preserved.

Those legal arguments are about to be filed, but today New Media Rights joins the Internet slowdown, a large coalition of organizations and individuals that want to protect and preserve the Open Internet. If you don't want your favorite websites to look like the loading icon below, join the #InternetSlowdown.




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