Net neutrality supporters sent over 5 million emails to the FCC

From Engadget - July 13, 2017

Internet advocacy nonprofit Fight For The Future tallied the participation numbers, which are still climbing: Five million emails and 124,000 calls to Congress, while protestors actually visited twenty Congressional offices. The two million comments made to the FCC almost tripled the previous record made during the "internet slowdown" advocacy day on September 10th, 2014.

Even if they did not take action, tens of millions of users saw the messages plastered across the web. Big sites and services like Reddit, Twitter, Netflix, Spotify, Airbnb and Amazon all either urged advocacy or pointed users to sites like, which supplied premade form letters to fire off to the FCC and routed users to their Congressional representative's phone number.


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