The American people gave exactly 4,377 f***s for net neutrality
See the original posting on The Verge
Americans are mad about losing net neutrality rules. Really mad. So mad that among the 1.1 million comments submitted to the Federal Communications Commission, they offered f-bombs, death threats, and just overall super-pissed language. But so far the FCC hasn’t provided the full deck of comments to the public until now.
Thankfully the data wizards at Vox Media have been crunching through the numbers, and we now have a top-down view of just how mad citizens are about the crony capitalism that’s led to regional broadband monopolies, embarrassing internet speeds, and perpetually late cable guys.