On Wednesday, Sonic and thousands of supporters came together for a day of action to save the internet. The Sonic team was at the San Francisco Mission BART station Wednesday, educating the public about the importance of net neutrality. Keeping it fun, yes, those are tattoos! (the temporary kind). We also sent a call to action to our customers, posted on our website, submitted letters to Congress, and spoke with anyone that would listen about the importance of Net Neutrality.
In fact, I did a Reddit AMA to chat with users about the critical importance of fighting to keep current net neutrality regulation that keeps the internet open and equal for all in place. I also wrote a San Francisco Chronicle opinion article on the importance of net neutrality.
For more on the topic and its importance, here is a roundup of some of the recent coverage to get you up to speed:
- Ars Technica, How Facebook, Google, Netflix, and others supported net neutrality today
- Common Dreams, Massive Protest for Net Neutrality Spreads Across the Internet
- Domain-b.com, Google, FB up in arms as US seeks to overturn net neutrality
- KRCB, Internet-Wide Day of Action for Net Neutrality on July 12
- San Francisco Chronicle, Internet activists plan net neutrality protest
- International Business Times, Net Neutrality Day Of Protest: Tech Companies Come Together In Major Push To Save Internet Equality
- The Los Alamos Daily Post, Largest Websites On Earth Prepare For Net Neutrality Day Of Action Wednesday July 12
- The Mercury News, Tech companies to join “Day of Action” protest to protect net neutrality
- TechCrunch, Here’s what a bunch of companies are doing for the ‘Net Neutrality Day of Action’
- Washington Post, Google, Twitter and dozens of other sites are taking a ‘net neutrality day of action.’ Here’s what that means.
- WIRED, The Who’s Who of Net Neutrality’s ‘Day of Action’
- WIRED, How to Keep the Fight for Net Neutrality Going
The outpouring of support for Net Neutrality Day was nothing short of inspiring. Over 2 million comments, 5 million emails, and 125,000 calls were made to the FCC. You fought alongside Sonic and countless others for your internet freedom. You told the FCC and Congress that you deserve open and equal internet access.
But our fight is not over. On Monday, the FCC will stop accepting constituent feedback on Net Neutrality regulation. Until then, your continued support in sharing news stories, posting on social, and submitting your letters to Congress and the FCC is more important than ever, so if you haven’t commented yet, please do so today.
Thank you for joining Sonic as we continue to fight for your freedom on the internet. Share this with friends. Post on social media, or forward this message. We’ve only got until Monday to make our voices heard!