Net Neutrality activists smash old computers in front of FCC

On the 16th of May, net neutrality activists smashed old desktops, laptops, and computer hardware in front of the FCC, then loaded the junk into a trash can and attempted to deliver it to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai. The smashfest carried a serious message: that a non-neutral, corporate-content centric Internet would make most people’s computers and phones as worthless as the smashed junk in front of FCC headquarters.

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One Response to Net Neutrality activists smash old computers in front of FCC

  1. Pingback: Protesters target FCC while commission votes 2-1 to scrap net neutrality | DC Direct Action News

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