Today’s the final day to comment on FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler’s plan to create a two-tiered Internet — and at lunchtime I gathered with a crowd of 100 activists outside Comcast’s headquarters in Philadelphia.
The spinning wheel of death could become an all-too familiar sight if FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler ignores the major opposition to his plan to allow discrimination online. That’s why we helped launch the Internet Slowdown: to show what a world without Net Neutrality could look like.
Our friends at the Sunlight Foundation are some of the best data detectives around. And when they analyzed the record-breaking number of comments on FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler’s Internet rules, they found that less than 1 percent oppose Net Neutrality.