A free, open internet is once again at stake. Now more than ever before, it’s time to make a ruckus.


Two years ago, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) passed the Open Internet Order—a set of regulations allowing people to freely access and interact with information online, and protecting them from potential discriminatory practices by internet service providers (ISPs).

It’s downright amusing how many misinformed grownups are panicking about something that is a non-issue.