The FCC is repealing net neutrality, but we can stop them by using the Congressional Review Act (CRA). We need one more vote to win in the Senate, and we're launching an Internet-wide push to get it.
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Below is a list of notable websites, companies, and organizations who have confirmed their participation in the February 27th day of action. The list is broad, and represents a wide range of perspectives and online communities. The one thing all of them agree on: defending Title II net neutrality.

  • Fight for the Future
  • Free Press Action Fund
  • Demand Progress
  • Tumblr
  • Reddit
  • Etsy
  • Sonos
  • Fiverr
  • GitHub
  • Imgur
  • Discord
  • Kickstarter
  • Patreon
  • Medium
  • Vimeo
  • BitTorrent
  • Know Your Meme
  • Pornhub
  • DuckDuckGo
  • SourceForge
  • Sonic
  • Slashdot
  • Engine
  • Namecheap
  • Creative Commons
  • Funny or Die
  • Private Internet Access
  • ACLU
  • Daily Kos
  • Daily Kos
  • Public Citizen
  • CommonCause
  • Consumer Reports
  • CCIA
  • OpenMedia
  • Code Academy
  • The Nation
  • Keep Our Net Free
  • BestVPN
  • Bloody Disgusting
  • Bloody Disgusting
  • OFA
  • Roots Action
  • PCAF
  • Access Now
  • Media Alliance
  • 18 Million Rising
  • Color of Change
  • Ultra Violet
  • MoveOn

What will happen on February 27

Websites, Internet users, and online communities will come together to harness our power to secure the #OneMoreVote we need to pass the CRA resolution in the Senate. We'll provide tools for everyone to make it super easy for your followers / visitors to take action. From the SOPA blackout to the Internet Slowdown, we've shown time and time again that when the Internet comes together, we can stop censorship and corruption. Now, we have to do it again!

How can businesses help?

We've learned that Congress listens to business owners. If you own a business, you can tell Congress you support net neutrality by signing our letter supporting the CRA here. If you don't own a business, you can still help out by tweeting at businesses in your area. Learn more here.

What is net neutrality?

Net neutrality is the basic principle that protects our free speech on the Internet. "Title II" of the Communications Act is what provides the legal foundation for net neutrality and prevents Internet Service Providers like Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T from slowing down and blocking websites, or charging apps and sites extra fees to reach an audience (which they then pass along to consumers.) The Internet has thrived precisely because of net neutrality. It's what makes it so vibrant and innovative—a place for creativity, free expression, and exchange of ideas. Without net neutrality, the Internet will become more like Cable TV, where the content you see is what your provider puts in front of you.

How can we save it?

The FCC voted to kill net neutrality on December 14, 2017. But Congress can block their repeal using the Congressional Review Act (CRA). It takes a simple majority in the Senate and House. It can't be blocked by leadership, and there can be no amendments or filibusters. We already have 50 votes committed in the Senate, so we just need one more to win! Then we take the fight to the House where there are already more than 100 cosponsors. We'll need 218 votes there to win. Let's get started!


On February 27, sites from across the web will display a prominent alert on their homepage to flood the Senate with messages in support of using the CRA to overturn the FCC's vote to destroy net neutrality. To use these them, you just need to embed a bit of javascript in the header of your site. Click here to try them out, and then be sure to grab the code on GitHub. If you're a Cloudflare user, try out their Battle for the Net app. And for Wordpress, use their plug-in here.

  • Screenshot of One More Vote Widget
  • Screenshot of One More Vote Widget

Feel free to use these alerts, our other alerts, or create a unique message that makes sense for your site. If you choose to create a custom alert, please make sure to link your users to so they can contact their Senators.


Do you run a site or blog? Use these banner ads to get the word out on net neutrality. There are tons of ad sizes to choose from here.

We're *this close* to saving net neutrality


Do you run a popular mobile app? Tell your users that ISPs want new powers to control what they see and do online.

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Are you a social media user? Tell all your friends to join the protest on February 27. Click here to access Operation: #OneMoreVote graphics, videos and suggested tweets.

Or change your avatar to a dreaded loading sign below.

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We're just getting started with organizing Operation: #OneMoreVote, so sign up and we’ll get in touch soon with more information. If you have ideas or want to help, let us know. If you run a high-traffic website, startup, or small business, get in touch. We need you!