Our 200+ global organizations and companies are concerned that the FCC’s net neutrality repeal could negatively impact the world’s shared Internet ecosystem

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Our 200+ global organizations and companies are concerned that the FCC’s net neutrality repeal could negatively impact the world’s shared Internet ecosystem.

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Businesses & Organizations

  • StartPage.com
  • AccessNow
  • Article19
  • BitsOfFreedom
  • EDRi
  • Iristel
  • OpenMedia
  • PrivacyTools.IO
  • Reporters Without Borders
  • StartupsForNetNeutrality
  • The Next Web
  • XNET
  • 4Choice.com
  • ad’lead
  • Aiden
  • AIL Group
  • ajhenke.com
  • AKM
  • Albold Consulting GmbH
  • Alpen Adria University Klagenfurt
  • Ambulantes OP-Zentrum Regensburg
  • APA System and Vision GmbH
  • Aqua Slug Services Inc.
  • Aranica AS
  • Architektur
  • Arnold Holste Wwe. GmbH & Co. KG
  • Arnulf Krandick
  • ARTICLE 19
  • AS Wasserkabel Baltic
  • Atelier
  • Atelier für Kunst und Lebenskunst
  • Awkward
  • B&N Software GmbH
  • Bavaria Pensionsmanagement GmbH
  • bbp-consulting
  • BDP Hamburg
  • Berner Fachhochschule, E-Government-Institut
  • BestVPN.com
  • bewowuppertal
  • Bhend Oehrli
  • Bits of Freedom
  • BLEevents
  • BO Wbg
  • Bold and Open
  • Bond Ltd.
  • Borna Arbeits- und Wohngemeinschaft
  • BottledBits
  • BQD consult
  • Bradley
  • brückenärzte.de
  • Büro Die Antwort GmbH
  • Cadservice
  • Carr Technologies LTD
  • Chart Synergy
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  • Crelling
  • Crixa
  • Cybera
  • d-plan Stadtentwicklung GmbH
  • Daiichi Sankyo Deutschland GmbH
  • David South Consulting
  • Digitalcourage
  • Dipl. Ing.(FH) D. Friedrich Ingenieurdienstleistungen
  • diyteam Dienstleistungen
  • down-up! gGmbH
  • Druck Kern
  • Duke Entertainment
  • Durotan Ltd.
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  • Easyfix Electrical
  • Eberhard Engel Immobilien
  • Eilers-Jacobs Photovoltaik
  • Element Comm. V.
  • Epicenter.works
  • Erikcrighton.com
  • European Digital Rights (EDRi)
  • Evoi Verlag
  • FabicoVideo
  • Fairness-Stiftung
  • Ferma Suisse
  • FictionIndustries BVBA
  • FSF, Linux Foundation
  • G M Watts Productions
  • Galerie Pfundt
  • Geopolitics & Empire
  • Goldschmiede Kuhlemann-von der Twer
  • Goose Management
  • grrrndzero
  • GTC Geo + Technical Consulting
  • Hans van Wijngaarden Consultancy
  • Hans-Heinrich Hain GmbH
  • Hautpraxis am Seepark
  • Herbartgymnasium
  • HiVE Vancouver Society
  • Hochschule RheinMain
  • Imycon
  • Initiative jüdische Spuren in Sulzburg
  • INN.LAW – Innovative Lawyers
  • Iristel Inc.
  • It-Servicecycle
  • ITS Digital Solutions GmbH
  • Ixquick.com
  • Jackdaw BV
  • Karma Kagyu Community Germany, reg.
  • Kitchy Consulting
  • Klaus-Peter Heine Immobilienverwaltung GmbH
  • Klinikum Stephansplatz, Hamburg
  • Kolpingsfamilie Arnsberg
  • Kommunikationsberatung
  • kusntverein region dahlenburg
  • KWD
  • Laatzener Immobilien Service
  • labilstabil
  • LivaNova
  • lumpaci
  • Maderner Consulting Solutions
  • Madx
  • Make IT Shine SPRL
  • Manfred Linzner
  • Mausbrand GmbH
  • MBMediaservice
  • Mensch & Computer
  • MetMarc
  • MG Productions
  • Midvinter Holzhandwerk
  • Moss Technology
  • mousesports
  • NatrelAcoustix
  • naturefund
  • Naturheilpraxis Manfred Kremer
  • Nelson-Mandela- Schule Bochum
  • Nightingale-EOS Limited
  • NoteFly
  • NWP GmbH
  • OGV Breitenbrunn
  • OMC GmbH
  • One Nine One Ltd.
  • Opaque
  • OpenMedia
  • Ordination Dr. Wiebecke
  • Padaria Maria Olimpia (http://mariaolimpia.pt)
  • Panhuyzen Guitars
  • PArnasstheater
  • Pentre Consultancy
  • Plagge Coaching
  • pr.co
  • Praxis für seelische Gesundheit
  • privacytools.io
  • Project Privacy
  • Psychexodus
  • Psychoth. Praxis
  • PureVPN
  • querstart – Kompetenzmanagement und Unternehmensberatung
  • R3D: Red en Defensa de los Derechos Digitales
  • Rechts- und Steuerkanzlei Eller
  • Recrout
  • Reich Elektronik
  • Reiner GmbH
  • RKN²
  • Rommel Beratung
  • Schiehallion’s at FleaYard
  • schiller umweltgeologie & geotechnik
  • Seher-Design
  • Servicebüro Verdugo
  • ShortCutstv Ltd
  • siduction – the community OS
  • sitec systems GmbH
  • Sorware partnership
  • soundscool.ch
  • Spitalzentrum Oberwallis
  • Squap.de
  • SSG Bensheim
  • StartMail.com
  • StartPage
  • StartPage.com
  • Startup Studio Nescio
  • Startup Weekend Utrecht
  • StartupInc
  • Steinbeis-TIB
  • Stucki Law Advokatur
  • studierendenWERK Berlin
  • TalkJS
  • TAMACOM TheMindCompany
  • Tanzufer
  • Tapfiliate
  • Tauchsport Rudolf Krois
  • TEQ Property Management ltd
  • TGS bv
  • The Next Speaker
  • The Rubens Group
  • The Things Network
  • TNW
  • TraumBIZ GmbH
  • TU Dortmund
  • Unimos.net
  • Unternehmensberatung PDOetjen
  • Van Rijsoort-Buigwerk
  • Vaquero Tack
  • VPNAnalysis.com
  • Walendy
  • web-eau.net
  • WeCure
  • Werbe- und Kommunikationsgrafik
  • Wildcard
  • Wildcard Works
  • WirelessPT.net
  • WNDR Productions
  • Wochinger Metallbau
  • Wordienste
  • Wupatki
  • WWL e.V.
  • Xitec Technologies GmbH
  • Xnet
  • Yanomo.com
  • Zaala AG
  • ZEF
  • Zimmer Export UG (haftungsbeschränkt)

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The Honorable Ajit Pai
Federal Communications Commission
445 12th Street SW
Washington, DC 20554

September 26, 2017

Dear FCC Chairman Ajit Pai,

We are companies and organisations headquartered outside the United States of America, and we are concerned about how the rollback of US Title II net neutrality rules could negatively impact the world’s shared Internet ecosystem.

The Internet has been such a social and economic success because permissionless any-to-any communication is at its core. Net neutrality allows online business or any societal movement equal access to a global audience – undermining this principle would create significant social and economic harms.

Access to the entire Internet is not only vital to American business and society, it is essential to businesses and people outside the United States. We also depend on a strong competitive framework and legal foundation to ensure that Internet service providers (ISPs) cannot create barriers to commerce and free speech by discriminating against websites, services, and apps, or by imposing new fees that harm businesses and consumers.

The open Internet makes it possible for all of us to bring our best business ideas to the world without interference or seeking permission from any gatekeeper first. This is possible because the principle of net neutrality ensures that everyone, no matter where they are located, has unimpeded access to Internet opportunities.

The FCC’s longstanding commitment to protect the open Internet is a central reason why the Internet remains an engine of entrepreneurship and economic growth both in the US and outside its borders. We are deeply concerned that the proposed regulatory changes to net neutrality will undermine free speech and competition on the Internet. Despite assurances to the contrary, the changes proposed by the FCC would remove the only existing legal foundation strong enough to ensure the United States will continue to honor the principle of net neutrality.

An FCC rollback of net neutrality provisions would grant US Internet service providers like AT&T, Comcast and Verizon new powers to control the Internet. Ultimately, these changes will allow US Internet access providers to demand payment from online services for the right to have privileged access to that provider’s customer base, creating a patchwork of new monopolies to replace the existing open market. This will fragment the market, destroy economies of scale, reduce incentives for innovation, undermine social movements and rip the soul out of the Internet.

We urge you to maintain strong net neutrality rules and focus on policies that encourage the deployment of new network infrastructure, and create greater choice and competition amongst Internet service providers.

Thank you for considering our views.

CC: Members of Congress


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