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Startups in Rhode Island Need Net Neutrality

The success of America’s startup ecosystem depends on an open Internet with clear, enforceable Net Neutrality rules. Small companies should be able to compete on a level playing field without the threat of being sidelined by huge cable companies and Internet providers. 

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Anime HeraldProvidence, RI

Anime Herald began in 2010 simply as a dream. At the time, I was working full-time while going to college for a computer science degree. With $25 and free open-source software, I was able to launch the organization on a shared server. Since then, we've been able to grow, even in the face of established players like Anime News Network and Crunchyroll, to become a go-to for countless anime fans across the web. We now serve an audience of nearly a quarter million people per month, and continue to grow. Without net neutrality rules in place, we would have been unable to grow beyond our initial small phases. The organization would have died in the cradle, crushed by those with more cash and more overall resources to stonewall us from being able to reach a real audience.
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Startups Need Net Neutrality

More than 1,000 startups, innovators, investors, and entrepreneurial support organizations have joined Engine, Y Combinator, and Techstars in sending a letter to the new leader of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Chairman Ajit Pai, supporting a free and open Internet. 

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