We have 18 days, 22 hours and 4 minutes to save Europe’s Internet.

Veröffentlicht: 29. Juni 2016 in Press release
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We have 18 days, 22 hours and 4 minutes to save Europe’s Internet.

This summer, the EU decides on net neutrality. If we lose, European ISPs win the power to give some sites & apps special treatment—while slowing others to a crawl. On June 28, the EU Slowdown begins. Sites will protest with a slow loading icon based on Europe’s flag, to drive millions of comments to EU regulators. Can you join?

 

Learn more. Watch the video.

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Together, we support the Open Internet

Want your organization added? Contact team@fightforthefuture.org
  • Akvorrat
  • Augur
  • BoingBoing
  • Citygrid
  • Disconnect
  • Dreamhost
  • Free Software Foundation
  • IP Vanish
  • Namecheap
  • Private Internet Access

Join the tweet storm to defend net neutrality

Do you have a Twitter account? Connect the Internet Defense League app to blast out net neutrality tweets to your followers and spread the word about the EU Slowdown. We will send a maximum of one tweet per day from your account, and you can cancel at any time.

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