The Battle to Save Net Neutrality: A Panel with Tom Wheeler, Mozilla and Others

On September 18, net neutrality experts will gather at the Internet Archive to discuss dire threats to the open web. You’re invited

Net neutrality — and the future of a healthy internet — is at stake.

In May, the FCC voted to move forward with plans to gut net neutrality. It was a decision met with furor: Since then, many millions of Americans have written, phoned and petitioned the FCC, demanding an internet that belongs to individual users, not broadband ISP gatekeepers. And scores of nonprofits and technology companies have organized to amplify Americans’ voices.

The first net neutrality public comment period ends on August 30, and the FCC is moving closer to a vote.

So on Monday, September 18, Mozilla is gathering leaders at the forefront of protecting net neutrality. We’ll discuss why it matters, what lies ahead, and what can be done to protect it.

RSVP: The Battle to Save Net Neutrality

Leaders like former FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler and Congressman Ro Khanna will discuss net neutrality’s importance to free speech, innovation, competition and social justice.

This free public event, titled “Battle to Save Net Neutrality,” will feature a panel discussion, reception and audience Q&A. It will be held at the Internet Archive (300 Funston Avenue, San Francisco) from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Participants include:

  • Panelist Tom Wheeler, former FCC Chairman who served under President Obama and architect of the 2015 net neutrality rules

Join us as we discuss the future of net neutrality, and what it means for the health of the internet. Register for this free event here.