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Don't be fooled by the "astroturf" campaigns being spearheaded by, among others, Michael McCurry.
In the last couple of weeks, some interesting events. A Net Neutrality amendment offered by Ed Markey was defeated in committee, but the vote was much closer than expected. This despite the fact the "freedom fighters" got into the game rather late. It seems the big online companies, Google, Amazon, Yahoo, support Net Neutrality, as does Microsoft. (At least, until one of them gets a sweetheart deal from the Telecos.) And it seems like some Wall Street businesses aren't too keen on the idea of having to pay extra to the telecom companies to avoid relegation to the "slow lane".
The telecom companies are mounting their own misinformation campaign (such as "Hands off the Internet"). They claim they won't give preferential treatment to anyone, or degrade service to anyone else, and that we should just trust them to uphold the principles of Net Neutrality without coding it into the law. But these are the same guys we trusted with our phone records, and we see how well that worked out.
So, contact your Representatives and Senators, and ask them to support strong Net Neutrality requirements. Support the amendments by Ed Markey and Olympia Snowe.