Tell CNN: Don’t let AT&T censor you. Ask the candidates about net neutrality

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Big Cable wants to control what you see on the internet, and what’s discussed in politics. And that means putting the lid on any mention of restoring net neutrality. In June, during four hours of democratic debates, there was not a single mention of net neutrality. We shouldn’t be surprised. After all, the debate was hosted by MSNBC, which is owned by Comcast. The next debates aren’t looking any better. They will be hosted by CNN, which is now owned by AT&T.


People deserve to know where candidates for President stand on this fundamental issue. But the cable networks will never allow one mention of net neutrality unless we make them. Tell CNN: “End the media silence! Ask the candidates where they stand on restoring net neutrality.”


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To: CNN
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People deserve to know where candidates for President stand on this fundamental issue. End the media silence! Ask the candidates where they stand on restoring net neutrality.