News - May 1996

GLAAD wants to hear about your Internet provider

Are you experiencing homophobia or discrimination based on sexual oriention by an Internet Service Provider?

The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) would like to hear from people who have experienced or are experiencing problems of censorship or are being treated unfairly for being gay by any Internet Service Provider. We would like to know the following information:

  1. The name of the Internet Service Provider
  2. The problems you have/are experiencing.
  3. Actions you have taken against the Internet Service Provider.
  4. Actions the Internet Service Provider has taken against you.

Please take some time to answer this survey. Please cross-post and/or send to other people who might be experiencing problems. Your input is important for our research and quanitfying complaints against any Internet Service Provider. All responses should be sent to Loren R. Javier, GLAAD's Director of Information Systems at javier@glaad.org.

The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, GLAAD, is a national organization that promotes fair, accurate and inclusive representation of individuals and events in the media as a means of combatting homophobia and all forms of discrimination based on sexual orientation or identity.

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