YouTube stars support net neutrality.

Over 100 YouTube creators signed an open letter urging the FCC to keep net neutrality protection in place. The so-called Internet Creators Guild comprises online video personalities each of whom has attracted an audience of more than 150 million people. In the letter, the group writes, “Our rapidly growing industry employs hundreds of thousands of people and yet it barely existed more than a decade ago. As creators in this fast-moving industry, changes to the existing Net Neutrality rules that have an outsized impact on our field and jeopardize our livelihood.” Also weighing in in favor of Net Neutrality is the Internet Association, representing Google (which owns YouTube), Amazon, Netflix, PornHub, and others.