The BroadBand - God Save The Internet

Monday, June 19, 2006
Can musicians save network neutrality? Singer/songwriters Kay Hanley, Jill Sobule, and Michelle Lewis have joined forces and formed "The Broadband," a group that has just released their first track, God Save the Internet. The comic song has a serious point: network neutrality is worth fighting for. Or, as the chorus puts it:

Hey, Mr. Telecom man
God save the Internet
Don't change my reality
Keep that neutrality.

As Kay Hanley (formerly of Letters to Cleo) says, "The idea that the citizens of the world are somehow squatting on the telecom giants' pipes is ludicrous."

Download God Save The Internet

source: scenestars
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