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Alyssa Milano Jun 11
So, was all over TV today smugly celebrating the repeal of . But the reality is that he's going to lose. The battle for the free and open Internet rages on. 1st, contact your representatives at . (Thread)
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Alyssa Milano Jun 11
🚨We must all fight for . Call your representatives and demand they !
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kait Jun 11
hey, can we not focus on a breakfast restaurant changing it’s name for some awkward reason and actually realize that can be gone forever ? y’all know that the fight isn’t over, right ?????????????
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Alyssa Milano Jun 11
Replying to @Alyssa_Milano
Don't panic! The Internet isn’t going to come to a crashing halt. You won't be cut off from your friends. But starting today, your Internet provider is legally allowed to mess with you in a bunch of new ways, and it's only a matter of time before they do.
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Alyssa Milano Jun 11
Replying to @Alyssa_Milano
is NOT "dead." Yes, the FCC's disastrous and unpopular repeal officially went into effect today, but it's not going to last. We're fighting in the courts, in Congress, and at the state and local level. And we will win.
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Alyssa Milano Jun 12
Replying to @AjitPaiFCC
So, sorry . You're not fooling anyone. The Internet is coming for and we're going to get it back. In Congress, in the courts, in the states. We're fighting and we're going to win.
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Alyssa Milano Jun 12
Replying to @Alyssa_Milano
Now ISP monopolies will be able to abuse their gatekeeper power not only to overcharge consumers, but also to pick and choose winners and losers, and favor services they own while throttling or charging fees to access competing services.
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mark calloway Jun 13
Here is a little present for you FCC Chariman Ajit Pai since you decided to steal the internet and get rid of net neutrality I think it is only fair that you end up getting your sorry lunatic ass roasted
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Cheryl🍁 Resist / Persist 🇨🇦 #Canada Jun 10
Regarding Speaker Ryan is not allowing a vote in House to stop the repeal!! This is blatant corruption and criminal! The repeal will be in full effect tomorrow June 11.
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Alyssa Milano Jun 12
Replying to @Alyssa_Milano
Anyone who is NOT Ajit Pai, if you are reading this, your elected officials in Congress can still stop the FCC's discriminatory repeal of and basic consumer and free speech protections. Contact your reps now at to
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Alyssa Milano Jun 11
Replying to @Alyssa_Milano
They won't start right away, because they know Congress and the courts are watching them. But over time they'll start testing the waters. The Internet that we know and love will slowly cease to exist.
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Mike Doyle Jun 11
In the 21st century, access to a free and open internet isn’t a privilege; it’s a right. The repeal of today guts important protections for consumers and small businesses. I’m fighting to by forcing a vote in the House.
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🇮🇸 Tyrion Cat 🇳🇴 Jun 12
I support Trump's veiws on getting US jobs back and helping our industry grow here, but this? This is dispicable. The internet has officially died, and now my local ISP can charge well up to 300 bucks a month for access. Fuck this shit, I'm out
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Alyssa Milano Jun 11
Replying to @Alyssa_Milano
That's how they'll manipulate you. Imagine if your ISP let you visit Fox News and CNN for free, but charged $10 for a package that includes NPR and the NY Times. Without THEY control where you get your news, how you stream music, everything.
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Alyssa Milano Jun 11
Replying to @Alyssa_Milano
But our members of Congress are ELECTED OFFICIALS. They work for us. is not a partisan issue. No one wants to be screwed over or charged more money for less Internet. This is exactly what the Congressional Review Act was made for.
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Jacqui klein Jun 11
Please do this right now We won in the Senate and now we're taking this fight to the House. It's up to all of us to reverse the FCC's ruling. Send a message to your rep now:
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Mike Doyle Jun 11
Despite overwhelming public support for , the has moved ahead with its repeal. The best way to is by supporting the House discharge petition. Has YOUR Representative signed it yet?
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Alyssa Milano Jun 11
Replying to @Alyssa_Milano
Without , cable and phone companies like Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T have the power to arbitrarily censor entire categories of websites, apps, or online services, or charge expensive new fees to access certain types of online content.
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Mitchell Meyer Jun 11
So TODAY the repeal of net neutrality goes into effect! How did this happen. Congress needs to get their act together and fix this!
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I like donuts 🍩 Jun 10
2/2 I hate you. To those who want to save it, I respect you.
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