Small businesses are getting themselves involved in the case of net neutrality. And for a good number of reasons, they should be.
The Fight for the Future is a net neutrality advocate group that supports small entrepreneurs. They will pursue the restoration of the open internet together with a Senate statutory endeavor. This is to neutralize the FCC’s repeal of rules contrary to blocking, throttling, and preferred pricing.
According to FFTF (net neutrality advocate), at least 6,000 small enterprises have signed up to an open letter. This will be presented to the Congress requesting representatives to support CRA. It is expected to erode the Restoring Internet Freedom Order of FCC.
Fight for the Future deputy director, Evan Greer said that absence of net neutrality makes the biggest firms more authoritarian. Small-scale businesses, on the other hand, will be shut out. As a net neutrality advocate, he wants to make certain that small businesses or common people are not taken advantage of.
The letter regarding the restoration of net neutrality will be sent on May 2. Net neutrality advocate and others likewise consider holding events at legislative offices across the country.
The letter stated that 54 growing organizations signed the letter. This implores the Members of Congress to promote, relieve, and endorse Markey-Doyle “resolution of disapproval.” It would prevent risks and the current failure of discussing net neutrality measure.
The CRA is an approach for lawmakers to revoke the agency decisions. It only needs a direct mainstream for authorization.
Decenternet is also a net neutrality advocate. It exercises the guidelines of the Open Internet Order. Contents are treated equally regardless of its origin. Users will not have to endure blocking, throttling, and paid prioritization.
The platform does not discriminate and stay true to the principles of net neutrality. It provides users unconstrained access to the decentralized and centralized network. Consumers can take back their freedom with Decenternet because it protects free speech and empowers it.