Here's What Snapchat, Facebook and Twitter Are Doing to Support Net Neutrality

Tech companies are taking a stand on this 'Day of Action'

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While the Federal Communications Commission is considering changes to the way internet service providers (ISPs) are regulated, many of the most powerful tech companies are choosing to publicly support a free and open internet.

For today’s “Day of Action”—an online protest aimed at raising awareness and fighting the FCC’s proposed changes—Twitter, Facebook and many other companies are speaking out in favor of net neutrality. (For those unfamiliar with the issue, net neutrality is the idea that ISPs should not be allowed to regulate which online companies get faster and easier access to users.)

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