As reported today by Stop The Cap,
"Noted online petitioner Change.org will be promoting a petition to stop bandwidth capping this week.
Perhaps best known for hosting an appeal which influenced Bank of America to drop their proposed $5 monthly ATM card fee, Change.org will be presenting the ‘no data capping’ petition on various social media sites in an attempt to gain signatures.
The petition’s letter, directed to AT&T, Comcast, the Federal Communications Commission, and all Internet Service Providers (ISPs) who practice data capping, demands that they return to a billing model of unlimited access for a reasonable monthly fee. Telecommunication providers have a responsibility to improve service, not lower it, the authors argue, particularly in light of the fact that taxpayer-funded broadband pipelines already exist, which the providers are not using." - David K. Smith, Stop The Cap
http://www.change.org/petitions/stop-data-capping (you can checkmark to hide your information)
David Smith (petition author) writes, "I was contacted by Change.org representatives roughly a week ago; they asked me to make some changes to the petition letter and suggested reducing the length of the petition body. On Tuesday, I was emailed by a Senior Organizer at Change.org’s Economic Justice section, saying the he would start promoting the issue on social media and see how it did. Hopefully, the more signatures we can obtain, the more attention the petition will receive. I will update this thread with any new information that I receive."