Many thanks to Thomas Cott for reminding everyone via yesterday’s newsletter yesterday that Monday, 9/15/14 is the deadline for submitting your comments to the proposed changes that would gut Net Neutrality as we know it. If you’re just coming in on this issue, here’s what you need to know in a nutshell: it’s a terrible idea and you should do everything you can help make sure it doesn’t happen.
If you want to know why it’s a terrible idea, we’ve got you covered via a series of posts that dive deep into the details and how it is especially bad for nonprofit performing arts organizations:
- Net Neutrality Suffers A Critical Blow
- How To Avoid Getting Caught With Your Pants Down In The Wake Of Neutered Net Neutrality Rules
- Net Neutrality Suffers Another Blow
- “The Equivalent Of Needing A Babysitter And Hiring A Dingo”
Need to know more?
Check out the resources Cott referenced, they are all excellent:
- Your favorite sites will ‘slow down’ today, for a cause
- FCC extends deadline to Monday for responses to proposed changes
- A Fascinating Look Inside Those 1.1 Million Open-Internet Comments
- 1 Million Net Neutrality Comments Filed, But Will They Matter?