Keep the Internet open

Last year, the Federal Communications Commission passed the strongest-ever protections for an open Internet -- the idea that Internet providers should treat all network traffic the same.

However, companies like Comcast, Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile found a loophole called "zero rating," allowing them to exempt apps and sites like video streaming services of their choosing from counting toward data limits. This puts broadband providers, instead of consumers, in the position of picking winners and losers on the Internet.

Tell the FCC to protect consumers and the open Internet.