Wednesday, June 28, 2006
NET NEUTRALITY FOREVER! (vlog79)
[Late Breaking News -
A site with the lowdown - how low down is it? SUPER LOW! Say bye-bye to Internet freedom if some of the people democraticmedia.org has to tell us about get their way. ZOIKS! HELP!
Tie Vote on Net Neutrality By Dawn Holian - Posted at The Common Cause Blog on Wed Jun 28, 2006 at 04:57:41 PM EST - The Senate Commerce Committee split down the middle on net neutrality. After an acrimonious debate, the final vote on the Snowe-Dorgan amendment was 11-11, so the amendment was not adopted. NOT good.]
NET NEUTRALITY NEWS (or just trust CNet like a moo cow - HA!)
AND PLEASE DO THESE:
Sign the petition at savetheinternet.com/
The Christian Coalition's Roberta Combs URGES US STRONGLY TO CONTACT the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee regarding the Net Neutrality Vote ... [as noted above this vote has proceeded forward and was tied 11 - 11 over the "SNOWE-DORGAN" amendments. But you can STILL Call the numbers and write the emails below QUICK!!! and ask them, "WHAT JUST HAPPENED HERE? AM I LOSING MY INTERNET FREEDOM THE SAME WAY WE LOST RADIO AND TELEVISION FREEDOMS TO BIG BUSINESS?"
Ask them if there's anything you can do to secure Net Neutrality and protection from THIS kind of control by big business!
John McCain, (AZ) Email: (click here) Fax: 202-224-2235
Trent Lott, (MS) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: 202-224-2262
Kay B. Hutchison, (TX) Email: (click here) Fax: 202-224-0776
George Allen, (VA) Email: (click here) Fax: 202-224-5432
Gordon Smith, (OR) Email: (click here) Fax: 202-228-3997
Ben Nelson, (NE) Email: (click here) Fax: 202-228-0012
Mark Pryor, (AR) Email: (click here) Fax: 202-228-0908
You can also call them using the Congressional Switchboard at 202-224-3121.
Your voice CAN make a difference!
IMPORTANT ACTION ITEMS:
1. Contact your Senators. Find out from them what they're doing to protect YOUR internet from big business!
2. Get more information. The Christian Coalition website contains an entire section on this issue, with printable Fact Sheets and Questions and Answers to keep you informed.
3. Speak out on net neutrality. Write a letter-to-the-editor of your local paper and call in to talk radio and let others know the importance of this issue.
OR DO A VIDEO BLOG ABOUT IT, PUBLISH IT ON GOOGLE, ITUNES, YOUTUBE, FEEDBURNER... MAKE A FUSS WITH VIDEO NOISE!
NET NEUTRALITY FOREVER (vlog79 of Atomsound Sounding)