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FCC received a total of 3.7 million comments on net neutrality

17
Sep
2014

The Federal Communications Commission finished accepting comments on its controversial net neutrality proposal last night, and it closed out as by far the most-commented issue in agency history with a total of approximately 3.7 million replies. The commenting period has been open for five months and was even extended for several days due to frequent issues with the agencys website. Contributing to the outpouring of support was a good deal of high-profile attention, including protests from Netflix and Tumblr and a widely shared segment from John Oliver.

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