Tech Companies Plan Net Neutrality 'Day of Action'

July 11, 2017

The internet-wide day of action, scheduled for Wednesday July 12, will see companies including Facebook, Google, Amazon, Vimeo, Spotify, Reddit and Pornhub notify their users that net neutrality -- a founding principle of the open internet -- is under attack. This is because the Trump administration is trying to overturn Obama-era regulation that protected net neutrality and there is less than a week left for people to object.

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