Net neutrality advocates are preparing for a “day of action” on Wednesday to protest Federal Communication Commission plans to repeal net neutrality regulation. The protest will be supported by numerous internet companies, including Google, Amazon, Netflix, Reddit, Airbnb, Spotify and Twitter, which will display warnings about the risks of allowing ISPs to treat some websites and services differently than others.

The net neutrality advocacy site Battle for the Net says that cable companies, specifically Comcast, Verizon, Time Warner Cable, and AT&T, are seeking to “control what we see & do online,” and impose a “slow lane” on services which compete with those they offer or are affiliated with, in effect imposing a tax on consumers and stymying startups and innovation…

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