Without net neutrality sites like FCC can become very slow or expensive. Today is the last day to send a message to Pai, chairman of the FCC (Federal Communications Commission). You can use this link
This is about all of us, I’m not an American but I feel involved and this is why:
Dear Madam, dear Sir,
A young man in Syria has just enlisted in CS50 an introduction to computer science, offered by Harvard University. He cannot go to school because he lives in a war zone. But he can and has started his future career.(the link belongs to a private group but you can contact David J. Malan for more info on him) This course is one of many, offered by edX, an MIT initiative that offers free university courses to everybody on the planet. If I were an American, I would be SO PROUD to be the country that invented the internet, made a global community possible and offers opportunities to everyone, irrespective of sex, race, color or religion. SO PROUD.
Personally I would like to express my deepest gratitude for being offered such wonderful course material, for the many free forums where I can ask for help, for the sites with cat movies and bubblegum blowing teenagers, for all the business opportunities that the net has created, for little people and big companies.
Please don’t destroy this. Your country has made friends all over the world and to us net neutrality is important too, as is the USA.
Kind Regards, Karin Meersman