The Clever Way a Web Guru Is Protesting Net Neutrality

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The Clever Way a Web Guru Is Protesting Net Neutrality
The Clever Way a Web Guru Is Protesting Net Neutrality

Lesson one in How to Drive Your Technology Enemies Crazy: downgrade their Internet to turtle-like, dial-up speeds.

A Portland, Oregon-based software developer came up with the protest against the Federal Communication Commission’s proposed net neutrality rules.

“Various companies and organizations have added code to their websites that kicks in whenever there’s a visit from someone who works at the FCC,” Wired reported. “While everyone else is enjoying these websites at ordinary broadband speeds, this code ensures that FCC staffers view them at dial-up speeds reminiscent of the 1990s.”  Click here to read more.

 

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