Thu Nov 23, 2017 6:24 pmSubject: Re: thoughts on the net neutrality thing
its coming to an end right?
Unfortunately Yes. They vote on December 15th on changing the rules. All because of this fuck!
Which sucks because we went through this all once before.
It seems like John Oliver really got people in the mainstream on board. It was mostly driven by Anon. But now it seems that they are playing dirty this time.
A large number of messages lambasting the Obama-era regulation began appearing on the FCC's public forum with the same text. While it is not unusual for commenters to use form letters provided by activist groups, people began complaining they hadn't submitted the comments that carried their names and identifying information.
They were being impersonated.
Such conduct likely violates state law — yet the FCC has refused multiple requests for crucial evidence in its sole possession that is vital to permit that law enforcement investigation to proceed,” he wrote. “In doing so, the perpetrator or perpetrators attacked what is supposed to be an open public process by attempting to drown out and negate the views of the real people, businesses, and others who honestly commented on this important issue.