S. 773 (Cyber Security Act) and S. 778 (National Cyber Security Advisor) are among the main tools for government to take control of the Internet.
Read the bills yourself.
Learn more about it.
The FCC will vote Thursday on what it calls a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on Net Neutrality. If it passes, it will start a public comment period and I'll be emailing you again with instructions on how to file comments. But for the next couple days, we need to make our case against the FCC even taking that first step down the road to a Washington takeover of the Internet.
Here's what you can do to help: The FCC created a website at http://OpenInternet.gov where you can comment on government regulating the Internet under so-called net neutrality rules. Those in favor of net neutrality regulation have been flooding it with comments. Please take a moment to head over to http://OpenInternet.gov and click on "Join the Discussion" to make your voice heard for keeping the Internet in private hands.
Two more horrific bills - and another reason to speak out.
Contact the FCC and your Congressman and let them know how you feel about this nonsense.
China controls their Internet - they block many websites.
Is that where we are headed?