A free and open internet is at stake, and the tech giants aren’t letting it go without a fight.
Snap Inc., the parent of Snapchat, is just the latest tech company to throw its public support behind the open internet in a statement sent to Mashable.
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The company also confirmed its participation in Net Neutrality Day through the Internet Association, a trade group that represents many of the tech giants on issues related to the internet. Participants will advocate for people to contact Congress and the Federal Communications Commission to show their support for net neutrality. Read more…
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