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YouTube Stars Defend Net Neutrality in Open Letter to the FCC
By: The Verge
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More than 100 YouTube creators have signed an open letter to the FCC calling on the agency to keep strong net neutrality protections.

“Our rapidly growing industry employs hundreds of thousands of people and yet it barely existed more than a decade ago,” reads the letter from the Internet Creators Guild, which represents online video makers. “As creators in this fast-moving industry, changes to the existing Net Neutrality rules would have an outsized impact on our field and jeopardize our livelihood.”

The letter has been signed by major names in the YouTube community, such as the Fine Brothers. In total, the guild says, the letter represents video creators with an audience of more than 150 million people.

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