What Net Neutrality Means for Cultural Organizations

With the end of Net Neutrality,  companies would be able to charge differential rates for service. Organizations and people will pay more. The ramifications will be enormous. Organizations will need to make tough choices; they might cut programs or fold altogether. Along with the higher cost of service, organizations will likely lose money due to difficulty reaching diverse audiences. Lower income people will have less access to the internet. Additionally, collaboration and free speech itself will be impeded. Overall, cultural organizations will find it much harder to fulfill their mission.

What can you do?

Join a protest!

Contact your representatives, so they might put pressure on the FCC.

Share your ideas with others so you can bring them to the battle.


Learn more:

Net Neutrality and Cultural Orgs

Net Neutrality and the Economy

Issues of Net Neutrality

Protect Net Neutrality

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