Internet giants OK Cupid, PornHub, Imgur and Bittorrent have joined other high-traffic websites like Amazon, Etsy, Reddit, and Mozilla in pledging their support for an Internet-Wide Day of Action for Net Neutrality that will take place on July 12th. The intention of the day of action is to protest the destruction of net neutrality, a concept that aims to make sure that cable companies and internet providers can't control what consumers see and do online, and how fast they see and do them. 

For those who aren't up on their net neutrality news, Title II is the legal framework of how net neutrality functions, and the FCC has a plan to reverse it. What this would do to the everyday internet user is still up in the air, but you can be sure that it wouldn't necessarily a positive turn of events. 

And so protestors have taken to the internet to, well, protest. It's unclear exactly what will happen on July 12th, but a blackout or a boycott of sorts seems like the logical pathway, but I guess we will have to wait and see. In the meantime, the Day of Action requests anyone interested to sign up for the protest on their website (linked above.) The future of the internet could depend on it.