Radio Rootz Tells the FCC to Keep the Internet Open


Radio Rootz Wants their Information on the Web Open and Free Radio Rootz students from Manhattan Comprehensive Night and Day High School recently learned about Network Neutrality, which are the rules that keep information exchange on the Internet free and open. When the students learned that on Dec. 21st the Federal Communications Commission will vote on Network Neutrality regulation, our students decided to send these audio postcards to the FCC to tell them why a free and open Internet is important to them. Listen to Luna and Dominique's letters urging the FCC to make sure the Internet stays free and open.