Net Neutrality Update

Brian Zick

Save the Internet: Independence Day Proponents of Net Neutrality won the first round in the battle for internet freedom. But the phone and cable giants have launched a counterattack, taking the fight to the states. Save The Internet is gathering petition signatures, has provided an easy way for constituents to call their Senators and Representatives, and made it easy for citizens to inform their friends, all in a coordinated endeavor to persuade the new Congress to make Net Neutrality the law in 2007! More info at

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