Use this form to submit a comment to the FCC. Learn more about the FCC rulemaking process.
Save Net Neutrality
A new proposal would destroy the FCC’s net neutrality guidelines, leaving the door open to ISPs creating “Internet fast lanes” that prioritize certain websites over others.
Millions of people spoke out in 2014 to demand bright-line rules to ensure ISPs didn’t violate net neutrality. Now that victory is in jeopardy.
But you can save it. The FCC is accepting comments on this proposal. Use the form below to submit comments to the FCC.
Tips for writings comments:
- Make it personal! Explain who you are and why you are concerned about losing net neutrality.
- Make it unique! You’ll have a chance to edit the comments before they are submitted and you should try to make the comment in your own voice.
Note: all comments will be part of the online, searchable public record.
Start your letter to the FCC:
Because of the FCC's sunshine rules, comments filed during the sunshine period (which begins May 12) won't be included in the record.
DearFCC.org will hold your comments, and submit them when the record opens. You can read more about the sunshine rules here [PDF].