Businesses File Open Letter to FCC and Congress Urging Them to Preserve Net Neutrality

Written by American Sustainable Business Council

Businesses from across the country tell lawmakers that losing the FCC’s Net Neutrality protections would threaten their ability to reach customers and grow their businesses

WASHINGTON, DC (August 31, 2017)—The American Sustainable Business Council (ASBC) filed an open letter yesterday with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) raising concerns over the agency’s proposed repeal of Net Neutrality rules that prevent Internet Service Providers from blocking, throttling and charging extra fees. In the letter, ASBC joins with over 500 businesses from across the country in warning that “weakening or rolling back the 2015 protections would be disastrous for the country’s business community,”

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By American Sustainable Business Council

Established in 2009, the American Sustainable Business Council is a network of businesses and business associations that have committed themselves to the triple bottom line of People, Planet, and Profit. ASBC members believe that sustainable business is good business, and a sustainable economy is a prosperous and resilient one.

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