Step 1: Destroy Net Neutrality

An all-out assault on Net Neutrality

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai is waging an all-out assault on Net Neutrality. Donate $10 or more to help fight back.


The open internet is an essential tool for everyone resisting Trump’s dangerous agenda — and that’s exactly why his team is trying to kill it.

Longtime Net Neutrality hater Ajit Pai is the new FCC chairman — and he’s wasted no time in taking an axe to your internet freedoms.

Donate $10 or more today to help stop Pai from destroying everything you love about the internet.

Taking a page from Trump’s tyrannical playbook, Pai has issued a series of destructive measures with zero input from the other FCC commissioners or the public.

Already Pai’s prevented nine companies from providing discounted broadband service to people with low incomes. He’s vowed to take a “weed whacker” to Net Neutrality and is enabling ISPs to implement predatory data caps.

He’s killed or put the brakes on such a breathtaking range of FCC activities designed to look out for the public that it’s clear he doesn’t care about internet users like you — and in fact, he’s actively working against your interests.

Donate $10 or more to help us fight for Net Neutrality and stop Pai.

We promise we won’t give an inch when it comes to defending your rights to connect and communicate — but we need your support to keep up the fight.

We carry out all of our work without taking a cent from business, government or political parties. That’s how we stay independent — and why we rely on your support to keep us going strong.

Thanks for all that you do—

Carrie, Candace and the rest of the Free Press team

P.S. New FCC Chairman Ajit Pai wants to get rid of Net Neutrality. Chip in $10 or more today to help us stop him. Thanks!

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