On 12/13/2017 08:57 AM, Adam Hayes wrote:
Today may be the last chance to protect 'net neutrality. If you enter
your phone number on this page (below), their machine will connect you
(almost immediately) with members of congress and let you leave
messages. It'll tell you what to say in case you're not sure.
It's easy. The congress member won't answer the phone; it'll be a
staffer, maybe a student intern. As long as you give them a short clear
message, you've done fine. Calls are much more influential than emails
at this point. The FCC wants to "vote" tomorrow.
Do it for a fair, free Internet. Do it for RIT-FOSS. Do it to
procrastinate on final projects and exams. Do it for moondoggy.
Thanks for sharing this, moondoggy! I just called my representative – I
was surprised by how quick and easy it was (maybe 4-5 minutes). In the
midst of the crazy / finals, I hope folks have a chance to spend five
minutes to do the same for their representatives too.
Justin W. Flory