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Welcome to the March for Net Neutrality!
Thank you for joining us and for showing your support for Net Neutrality! Here, we are organizing marches, brainstorming ideas, collaborating on projects, and fighting for what is right all in the name of protecting Net Neutrality and saving the internet!
Not sure what Net Neutrality is?
This three minute video gives a pretty solid overview of what Net Neutrality is and why it is important! If you'd rather read, Business Insider also explains it very well and puts it simply like this:
>"Net neutrality" prevents Internet providers like Verizon and Comcast from dictating the kinds of content you're able to access online. Instead, Internet providers have to treat all traffic sources equally. Net neutrality is enforced by the Federal Communications Commission, or FCC.
- No FCC Shilling.
- No Sexism, Racism, or Homophobia.
- No Doxxing or spreading personal information.
- No spamming.
- No inciting violence.
- No racial slurs.
- Be Civil.
- Follow proper reddiquette.
- Don't forget to bring a towel.