Tech Firms Jump in the Red Alert For Net Neutrality Campaign Bandwagon

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Red Alert For Net Neutrality

The Red Alert For Net Neutrality campaign is getting more support. This time, tech companies of all sizes expressed their assistance. The Fight for the Future, a digital rights group, organized the movement. The organization’s goal is to persuade U.S. Senate to recommend the overruling of the recall of net neutrality.

A majority from the tech sector disapproves the FCC’s decision to kill net neutrality. Once the neutrality rules disappear, ISPs will have the opportunity to impose higher fees to access other websites and services. Internet traffic will be divided into two lanes, fast and slow. These are some of the few reasons why the Red Alert For Net Neutrality movement is formed in the first place.

Demand Progress is one of the groups that joined the Red Alert For Net Neutrality movement. After two days of the protest has been proclaimed, more than 13 companies promised to participate.

Demand Progres executive director, David Segal said, “We will finally force lawmakers to let us know if they stand with the 85 percent of Americans who support net neutrality—or with the cable companies that want to manipulate the internet in service of greater profits.”

The protest will take place on May 9 to drive Senate to overturn the repeal through the declaration of Red Alert for Net Neutrality movement. Participating websites and services will flash “red alert” on their homepages. This makes it amenable for citizens to know who are their representatives. Also, to know how to be certain that their voices will be heard.

The Decenternet platform already heard the voices of the consumers even before they shout to restore net neutrality rules. Even if Decenternet does not participate in the Red Alert For Net Neutrality campaign, it knows that Internet users need.

The Decenternet network enables free speech and protects them. It treats all contents, apps, and services equally. Users will not endure blocking, throttling, and paid prioritization. What they will experience with the platform are only freedom and equal treatment.


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