Ask President Obama About Net Neutrality

Sent: April 20, 2011 01:01 PM
Subject: Ask President Obama About Net Neutrality

Dear Daniel,

President Obama is holding a Facebook town hall meeting at 4:45 p.m. EST today. This is a great chance for us to get him to address new concerns about his commitment to Net Neutrality.

To do so, we need your help.

Free Press activist Eddie Geller has posted a question to President Obama about the threat posed by the AT&T-T-Mobile merger. We need you to “like” Eddie’s question to increase the likelihood that it will be asked.

Here’s Eddie’s question:

The merger of AT&T and T-Mobile would leave people with even fewer choices of mobile phone carriers. This proposed merger follows a recent FCC ruling that provides little Net Neutrality protection on the mobile Internet. As an outspoken champion of Net Neutrality, how will you guarantee that this proposed merger doesn’t hurt our ability to access the open Internet via mobile phones?

It’s easy to vote for it — just go here to “like” the question on Facebook. If enough of us vote, the president might respond later today!

Tune in to the town hall event page at 4:45 p.m. EST to see if President Obama stands up for Net Neutrality.


Josh Levy
Online Campaign Manager
Free Press


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