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Here’s where you can email the FCC to complain about its new net neutrality proposal

Published Apr 29th, 2014 9:25AM EDT
FCC Net Neutrality Complaints

A few days ago, we wrote about how you can save the Internet. The Federal Communications Commission has taken a great deal of heat over its new net neutrality proposal, which many argue is designed specifically to ensure that Internet service in the United States is not neutral. If that accurately describes your position on the matter, there are a few things you can do.

As we noted in our earlier coverage, you can start by reading an essay by Free Press head Craig Aaron, signing Free Press’s petition and calling the FCC to voice your concerns. And now, as noted on Tuesday, there’s a new way you can contact the FCC to make your objections known.

The FCC has created a new email account specifically intended to field people’s thoughts on the agency’s new net neutrality plans. Sending an email to the FCC might seem trivial, but if you feel strongly about the new net neutrality proposal then this is one of just a few ways your voice might be heard.

After all, only one thing is certain: If you do nothing, you will accomplish nothing.

Those who want their voices heard can email the FCC at beginning immediately.

Zach Epstein
Zach Epstein Executive Editor

Zach Epstein has been the Executive Editor at BGR for more than 10 years. He manages BGR’s editorial team and ensures that best practices are adhered to. He also oversees the Ecommerce team and directs the daily flow of all content. Zach first joined BGR in 2007 as a Staff Writer covering business, technology, and entertainment.

His work has been quoted by countless top news organizations, and he was recently named one of the world's top 10 “power mobile influencers” by Forbes. Prior to BGR, Zach worked as an executive in marketing and business development with two private telcos.