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Today The FNaF Archive is joining the Red Alert for Net Neutrality campaign. As a result, today users will see a prominent message encouraging them to call Congress in support of the use of the Congressional Review Act (CRA) to override the FCC's decision to repeal Net Neutrality. After today, a less prominent message will be displayed until the vote occurs.
It is my belief and the belief of many others that Net Neutrality is vital to the internet. It allows all websites to be on a level playing field, and to be free of blocking, slowdowns, or otherwise unfair treatment by Internet Service Providers. It is especailly necessary in the United States due to the fact that US internet users often have little access to more than one or two options for their Internet Service Provider.
If you live in the United States, please call Congress. It is extremely easy and is the most powerful way to make your voice heard. If you cannot make a call, text RESIST to 50409 to access Resistbot, a bot that allows you to easily contact your local officials. It will allow you to easily write a message to them.
If you live outside of the US, please make your voice heard online by using the hashtag #RedAlert. The US internet has many popular services that are used worldwide.
If we work together, we can convince Congress to pass a CRA resolution to override the FCC's decision. So let's take today to fight for Net Neutrality!