On Wednesday, September 10, supporters of Title II regulation of the Internet will engage in an “Internet slowdown” to convince the public that, unless the FCC applies public utility-style regulation to broadband, the Internet will be slower. They’ve got it exactly backwards: if anything’s going to slow down the Internet, it’s Title II, the mess of outdated and heavy-handed rules that have been conflated with net neutrality.
Join us Wednesday 9/10 at 11am ET (8am PT) for a call with reporters and bloggers. TechFreedom President Berin Szoka will explain the dangers of regulating the Internet as a public utility and discuss TechFreedom’s “Don’t Break The Net” campaign against Title II. Click here for more information on the launch of DontBreakThe.Net.
The call will begin with a brief introduction followed by Q&A.
When: 11 am – 12 pm
Call-in numbers: 785-424-1829 (or 866-952-7524 toll-free)
Conference ID: TechFreedom
Questions? – Email email@example.com
- Highlights from Net Neutrality Comments Filed by TechFreedom and ICLE
- “No, Title II Doesn’t Ban Prioritization OR Mandate Free Interconnection,” Berin Szoka