BattleFortheNet Campaign Slated for Sept 10
Sep 8, 2014 5:33 PM
WASHINGTON�On September 10, various websites, apps, Twitter users and more, aim to raise awareness of what they believe the end of net neutrality will do to the Internet.
Dubbed �Battle for the Net,� these sites will display �loading symbols� (like the one shown here) to promote consumers to submit comments to the FCC, Congress and the White House regarding net neutrality.
The website says, �Cable companies want to slow down (and break!) your favorite sites, for profit. To fight back, let's cover the web with symbolic �loading'' icons, to remind everyone what an Internet without net neutrality would look like, and drive record numbers of emails and calls to lawmakers. Are you in?�