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The Internet has facilitated an explosion of global creativity and communication. But this could never have happened without net neutrality—the principle that all traffic on the Internet, from the largest corporate website to the smallest community blog, should be treated equally and travel at the same speed. That's why we support the preservation of the Internet as an open marketplace of ideas and free speech.

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