A coalition of activists and consumer groups are banding together to express concerns over an FCC proposal to rewrite the rules governing the internet

Net neutrality advocates are planning two days of protests and action in Washington DC this month as they fight off plans to defang regulations meant to protect an open internet.

A coalition of activists, consumer groups and writers are calling on supporters to attend the next meeting of the Federal Communications Commission on 26 September in DC. On the following day, the protest will move to Capitol Hill where people will meet with their legislators to express their concerns about an FCC proposal to rewrite the rules governing the internet.

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