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Dec. 14th Rumored For FCC Vote To Kill Net Neutrality - Speak Out Now Before It's Too Late!


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Sources say that FCC Chairman Ajit Pai plans to hold a vote on Dec. 14 on his proposal to kill Net Neutrality rules. We're running out of time. If you haven't already, please urge your lawmakers to condemn Pai's attack on the open internet. Reach your Congressman here.  

What does this have to do with music?

D.I.Y. artists, indie labels, new music technologies and independent media will be unable to compete on an internet that has fast lanes and slows lanes. Put simply, the fight to save net neutrality is essential to the future of music creation, distribution and discovery. 

No Internet, No Music: Why Musicians Must Care About Net Neutrality

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