Oregon: Defend the Open Internet

Internet users are already at the mercy of ISPs, like AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon. Now that the FCC has repealed net neutrality, they don’t have to treat everything you access online equally.

Oregon: tell your representatives to support H.B. 4155 to protect net neutrality.

Despite the huge outcry from the public, 2017 saw the FCC vote to repeal the Open Internet Order and relinquished it's obligation to enforce net neutrality principles.

While Congress can still, and should, act to save net neutrality on a national scale, states have their own leverage to keep the net neutral. That includes requiring any ISP that receives state funds to adhere to net neutrality principles. Oregon joins 19 other jurisdictions in introducing legislation to protect residents’ privacy and 17 other states in introducing net neutrality legislation.

Tell your state representatives to support H.B. 4155 and restore the open Internet.

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