Dozens of internet companies are participating in an online protest on Wednesday in support of the Federal Communication Commission’s seemingly-doomed net-neutrality rules.
The “Internet-Wide Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality,” as the protest is called, gathered numerous websites — from giants like Reddit and...
Reddit, Netflix, Google, and dozens of other tech companies are protesting Trump’s FCC today — here’s why
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