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Act Now! Fight to Restore Net Neutrality.

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On Jan. 14, a federal appeals court decided Verizon vs. FCC in favor of Verizon—not because Verizon was right, but because the FCC chose the wrong legal framework to use back in 2010. Nothing you can do today will be more important for the health of the web than letting the FCC hear from you on this issue. And it’s easy to do. We urge every A List Apart reader to sign the petition. Do it now!

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