Well, they really did it.
After you and everyone you know commented, called, and emailed telling the FCC you wanted to keep the Internet free (a
Naturally, just about everyone on Twitter was either angry, despondent, or somewhere in between. See some of the strongest reactions — while you can (below):
Three Republican men vote to take away your rights on the Internet. Two Democratic women vote to protect your rights. Tell me again how there’s no difference between the two parties. #NetNeutrality pic.twitter.com/n3Q10yMzWv
— Keith Boykin (@keithboykin) December 14, 2017
We’re disappointed in the decision to gut #NetNeutrality protections that ushered in an unprecedented era of innovation, creativity & civic engagement. This is the beginning of a longer legal battle. Netflix stands w/ innovators, large & small, to oppose this misguided FCC order.
— Netflix US (@netflix) December 14, 2017
One of the most alarming things about this situation is that our tweets and voices had NO impact whatsoever. Millions of people shared their thoughts against repealing #NetNeutrality and it only took 3 people to completely go against us.
— Ryan Butler (@itsRyanButler) December 14, 2017
[Image via Twitter.]