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Linkin Park's​ Mike Shinoda used Twitter to share his opinion on net neutrality. “It is unnacceptable to use a budget bill to circumvent the FCC's open rulemaking process that millions of citizens participated in,” a text he posted reads. 

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Shinoda also urged fans to advocate for amendments that would strike out the bill and text “RESIST” to 50409 to show their support of net neutrality.

“Net Neutrality allows the little guys, from artists to musicians to startup businesses, to have a chance to compete,” Shinoda's statement continues. “More importantly, it allows the average person to freely interact with their favorite people and things online.”

“Net neutrality” is a concept that means everyone, from coroporations to regular people, can be equally “heard” on the internet. The Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai is pushing to repeal it, which would mean the FCC and ISPs would be able to control what type of content is readily available to people. You can read more on why this is prejudicial for both fans and musicians here.

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