John Oliver Calls On Every Internet User To Tell FCC To Keep Net Neutrality

Posted: May 8 2017, 10:26am CDT | by , Updated: May 8 2017, 10:57pm CDT , in Technology News

John Oliver Calls on Every Internet User To Tell FCC To Keep Net Neutrality
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In the latest Last Week Tonight Show, John Oliver tackles Net Neutrality once again.

John Oliver brought down the FCC site three years ago with the first call to action to fight for Net Neutrality. Now Net Neutrality is again under attack under the Trump administration. On Sunday's Last Week Tonight, John Oliver raised awareness again to Net Neutrality.

The new FCC Chairman Ajit Pai wants to scale back regulations to give ISPs more freedom on how the operate. This could lead to unfair treatment of companies and users on the Internet. Net Neutrality is a corner stones of the power of the internet.

John Oliver calls on every internet user to comment on the FCC site to express support for Net Neutrality. The FCC site makes it complicated to comment on proposals, but the Last Week Tonight team simplified the navigation to correct page. Just surf to

Many viewers of the HBO show did that already on Sunday evening, causing the FCC site to crash. Many more comments are though necessary. The site is back up and operational. Express your support for Net Neutrality at Watch John Oliver making the case in his signature entertaining way below.

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