Net neutrality topples ‘Nipplegate’ as the FCC’s hottest issue of all time

September 10, 2014 4:19 pm Tags: , , , , , No Comments 0

By Jon Fingas

John Oliver talks net neutrality on Last Week Tonight

Apparently, the only thing that gets Americans incensed more than kinda-sorta nudity is the danger of slow lanes on the internet. The FCC has confirmed that its most recent net neutrality rules have received more comments (1,477,301, to be exact) than any other issue in the agency’s history, beating even the 1.4 million that followed Janet Jackson’s “Nipplegate” exposure at the 2004 < strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>Super Bowl. And that’s before comments close next Monday, so the figure is only likely to get higher.

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Via: The Guardian

Source: Gigi Sohn (Twitter)

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