Dozens of stars have signed a letter urging FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler to “protect the Internet as a vehicle for free expression.”
More than 50 stars have signed a letter to FCC Chairman Thomas Wheeler calling his proposed changes to net neutrality a threat to artistic freedom.
“The open Internet has powered the creative community’s pursuits and offerings in the 21st century,” reads the letter. “As members of this community, we urge the Federal Communications Commission to protect the open Internet as a vehicle for free expression and collaboration.”
“It has eliminated the barriers of geography and taken collaborations to new levels. And it has allowed people — not corporations — to seek out the film, music and art that moves them,” the letter continues.