For immediate release: July 11, 2017


On Wednesday, July 12, hundreds of websites, including some of the biggest in the world, are taking action to alert the Internet about Big Cable’s attempt to end net neutrality.

But everyone has a part to play in saving net neutrality, not just big websites.

If you have a Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or any other social media account, you can use it to get your friends to join you in sending a pro-net neutrality comment to the FCC.

Change your profile image

On Twitter the easiest way to change your profile image is to use our custom Twibbon.

For everywhere else, you can download one of the profile images we have designed. Simply right-click on the images below and select “Save image as…” to download. Then upload as your new profile image.


Many more profile image options can be found here.

Post a meme

Our volunteers have been busy making net neutrality memes. Post one of these to your Facebook or Instagram and make sure to link people to to take action.

Right-click on the images below to download.



Post a tweet about net neutrality and urge your followers to take action. You can come up something creative about how the Internet will suffer if Big Cable gets to slow down or block sites, but here are some samples you can use for inspiration:

1. Stop the FCC’s plan for throttling, blocking, & new fees online. Take action now to defend #NetNeutrality:

2. We deserve equal access to the internet & the FCC is trying to take that away. Act now to save #NetNeutrality:

3. This tweet is being ████ by Comcast. Well, not yet. But, only if you ████ stop them:

4. This tweet is being ████ by your internet service provider. Well, not yet. But, only if you ████ stop them:

5. #NetNeutrality preserves the freedom of information we all enjoy online. Say no to internet censorship:

6. #NetNeutrality stops internet service providers from charging extra fees. Let’s save it! Take action now:

7. #NetNeutrality stops Comcast & Verizon from charging extra fees. Let’s save it! Take action now:

8.  If you’re reading this, you have to act now to defend the free and open Internet. Submit your comment to the FCC at!

9.  ISPs like @Comcast want 🇺🇸 to let them 🐢 the Internet for 💰. But we can 🛑 them: #NetNeutrality

10.  #NetNeutrality is the First Amendment of the internet. Take action now to stop Big Cable from destroying it:

Use our video bumper

We made a short video reel that explains why net neutrality matters, and how Internet users can tell the FCC and Congress to protect the open web at all costs through

There are square, vertical, and horizontal versions of the bumper for you to download here.

Add this reel to your online creations on or before July 12. Tell your viewers about the day of action on YouTube, Vimeo, or wherever else you host content!