Even if you’ve been at it as long as we have, net neutrality isn’t the easiest thing to explain. But the reason we spend so much much time doing so is because it impacts the entire music community. Scratch that. It impacts everyone who uses the internet, period.
FMC launched the Rock the Net campaign in 2007 to highlight musician support for net neutrality — the principle that protects the open internet. Since then, thousands of artists have shown their support for a level online playing field that lets musicians and music entrepreneurs compete on a level online playing field right alongside the biggest companies.
See? We just explained it! But probably not as well as Senator Tom Udall (D-NM) did in this Oct. 19 POLITICO article: