Tell the FCC not to let telcos censor your text-messages!

Verizon's new policy on text messaging could give it the ability to go on blocking political text-messages that its customers have asked to receive. Public Knowledge wants you to tell the FCC that you don't want your phone company deciding what kind of political speech you can enjoy:

This past September, Verizon blocked its customers from receiving NARAL Pro-Choice America action alert text messages–messages that Verizon's customers asked to receive…

Explain to the FCC now how you use text messages. Tell them if you subscribe to alerts from causes you believe in, if your organization text messages or short codes to reach its supporters, and tell them every other way in which text messaging and freedom of speech on our phone networks are important to you.


(Thanks, Art!)