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Alexis Ohanian puts net neutrality ads around DC ahead of FCC vote

13
May
2014

As protesters wait for the FCC to vote on a new version of its net neutrality rules, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian is trying to draw the attention of the Washington, DC public. This morning, Ohanian officially revealed a PSA poster that is filling advertising space around the citys bus shelters. The posters play on the transportation theme, delivering a \traffic advisory\ about \gridlock and new fees\ imposed by internet service providers, then asking readers to call the FCC in protest. The posters arent quite what the original campaign promised: a billboard as near the FCC office as possible, similar to the one erected outside SOPA author Lamar Smiths (R-TX) offices in 2012.

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