Google’s and Verizon’s proposal to the FCC surrounding net neutrality related to the wireless carriers sparked at least some amount of outrage. Enough for a small group to get off their behinds and over to Google’s Mountain View campus to make their voices heard. Cnet stopped by to watch the group attempt to drop off over 300,000 signatures from supporters of an open internet, unimpressed with the proposal put forth by Google and Verizon. Everyone’s got to protest something, right? Jon Stewart covered the outrage too, with a bonus net neutrality chorus in the last few seconds.
What Do They Want? Net Neutrality. When Do They Want It? Now.
by August 18, 2010August 18, 2010 12:30 pm PDT|