More NewsMoveOn.org’s “Save the Internet Petition”

MoveOn.org's "Save the Internet Petition"

Advocacy group MoveOn.org has taken an interesting approach in the petition they're circulating today to encourage Americans to support Net neutrality . This isn't the usual just-sign-you-name petition

Advocacy group MoveOn.org has taken an interesting approach in the petition they’re circulating today to encourage Americans to support Net neutrality.

This isn’t the usual just-sign-you-name petition. Rather, MoveOn is encouraging signatories to really tell their congressional reps just what it is they do online. There’s an extensive menu ranging from “I use an iPod” to specifying just what kind of tickets you purchase online (movies, shows, events) if you’re an online ticket buyer. They even ask you to specify what OS you use to access the Web.

Nice approach to illustrate to Congress the depth to which the Web has penetrated voters’ lives.

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