Websites Thanked by the President for Supporting Net Neutrality

Major Internet companies were showered with praise by press and even the U.S. President after coming out in support of net neutrality in 2014 and 2015. Companies advocated for net neutrality in various ways: Mozilla, reddit, Netflix and others altered the home page of their websites to highlight the issue while others including Google, Twitter, Amazon, and Lyft released statements in support. After the effort paid off when the FCC voted to approve strong net neutrality rules, the companies even won praise from President Barack Obama, who sent a public handwritten note to Reddit users thanking them for their support.

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