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June 17, 2007

Net Neutrality

Help support Net Neutrality. Go to Save the Internet to learn more. And write your Congresspeople using their online form. Be sure to write an individualized message, so Congress knows we're netroots, not astroturf.

Here's what I wrote to Boxer. Of course, it would've been better if the site had given me a clue as to whether or not Boxer has already taken a position on this issue. It's late and I want to get to bed, so I didn't research her position myself.

Dear Senator Boxer,

I urge you to support net neutrality. As a direct marketing professional, I understand the desire of corporations to ease the transfer of their BtoB and BtoC communications.

But as the Program Chair of Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, US Section (WILPF US) I have personally experienced the frustration of denial of delivery for legitimate email communication between my organization and its members and supporters.

I hope you will take leadership of this issue and rally your fellow Senators and Congresspeople to enforce net neutrality.

As your constituent, I look forward to your response.

C.J. Minster

Posted by cj at June 17, 2007 10:09 PM


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