Last week I told you about the FCC's plans to auction off unused airwaves to create a free, nationwide wireless Internet service. The auction has one stipulation: the winning company must provide filters to make the service porn-free.
The ACLU and "free-speech" activists want the FCC to remove the porn-free requirement claiming the porn-ban condition constitutes censorship.
The National Coalition for the Protection of Children and Families has established an online petition so that we can let the FCC know that Americans want the family-friendly requirement maintained.
Please take a moment to add your signature to this petition.