"U.S. House Rolls Over for Mega-Communications Companies"

After the large network provider companies, such as ATT&T and Comcast, failed to bully the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) into turning the internet over to them, they've taken another road.

Finding "Net Neutrality" upheld by the FCC, their puppets in the House of Representatives have decided to change the law for them. On April 8, 2011, it voted to repeal the FCC rules to mandate an open and non-discriminatory Internet.

Net Neutrality regulates only the network providers. The purpose of Net Neutrality is to assure no one can take control of what's on the internet: neither the government, nor the big businesses wanting the opportunity to shut-out competition.

How typical of our current lawmakers. If they can't get what they want for their money people one way, they'll simply write a new law. The bill will now go to the Senate.

Stand up for our online rights! Tell them to quash that bill!

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