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Netflix opts to unite with Amazon, Reddit and others in a protest to save net neutrality in the US be held on 12 July

siliconreview Netflix opts to unite with Amazon, Reddit and others in a protest to save net neutrality in the US be held on 12 July

American entertainment giant Netflix recently announced its willingness to participate along Amazon and Reddit in an “Internet-Wide Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality” on 12 July, 2017, as per the reports claimed by ArsTechnica.

Previously, Netflix had fall out of its role in order to protect net neutrality following their CEO Reed Hastings stated onstage at the Code Conference in California that Netflix has turn out to be a big sufficient corporation to get all the deals it required and that the smaller companies should show the way. Though, the company tweeted that, “Netflix will never outgrow the fight for #NetNeutrality, Everyone deserves an open Internet.”

The online video streaming providers had already put on a marvelous quantity of gain by net neutrality as the Internet providers might or else endeavor to limit access to video services that struggle beside their cable TV packages.

The websites that will participate in the Internet-wide day of deed to gripe against net neutrality on 12 July, 2017 are been predictable to give visitors with tools to contact Congress and also exhibit well-known messages about FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s plan to burn up net neutrality rules. When contacted by Ars, Netflix said that it does not yet have precise facts to share about its plans for 12 July.

Also, it is been said that the complaint is being organized by advocacy groups Fight for the Future, Free Press, and Demand Progress. The group also says that around thousands of websites have determined to unite, with distinguished participants including OkCupid, Mozilla, Etsy, Kickstarter, Vimeo, and PornHub.

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