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India - #Savetheinternet

To India's Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad:

 We urge you to take a firm stand for total net neutrality and ensure there is no discrimination in terms of speed, access or price.

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Big telecom companies in India are trying to kill the free Internet -- bullying us into paying more to access services like WhatsApp, Youtube or Skype. But if we join the massive, historic online protest now, we can keep the Internet free and open for all!

Telecom companies want to create a VIP culture online by breaking the web into fast and slow lanes. They’ll offer faster download speeds to rich companies who pay them and choke those who can’t. This kills net neutrality -- where all websites are treated equal. Let’s stop money power taking over the Internet in India by acting now!

Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has already tweeted that the Internet belongs to all, not just a few -- but he’s under pressure from the telecom giants. So let’s build the biggest online petition showing him our support -- we’ll use the Internet to save the Internet. Sign and share with 5 friends now.

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