John Oliver’s hilarious segment on net neutrality is a great way to introduce the issue to your less tech-savvy friends, and it finishes with a worthwhile call to action. The FCC is currently soliciting comments on proceeding 14-28, “Protecting and Promoting the Open Internet,” and it looks like the public is beginning to rally. Where most proceedings have gathered less than one hundred comments, 14-28 currently numbers over 40,000 filings, and the FCC site itself is barely staying afloat. You can comment by visiting fcc.gov/comments. While you’re there, you might also add your two cents about the proposed TimeWarner-Comcast merger.
Latest posts by Haystack (see all)
- What Ceremonial Magick Looks Like - Dec 18, 2015
- Hilarious Supercut of Newscasters Parroting Corporate PR - Dec 17, 2015
- On Sunday a Man Appeared on Our Televisions. This is What He Said. - Dec 9, 2015