Ajit Pai Explains His Net Neutrality Repeal to Us

It’s all a eff’ing joke to him.

But this isn’t:

“Millions of fake comments have corrupted the FCC public process – including two million that stole the identities of real people, a crime under New York law,” said Attorney General Schneiderman. “Yet the FCC is moving full steam ahead with a vote based on this corrupted process, while refusing to cooperate with an investigation. As we’ve told the FCC: moving forward with this vote would make a mockery of our public comment process and reward those who perpetrated this fraud to advance their own hidden agenda. The FCC must postpone this vote and work with us to get to the bottom of what happened.”

To date, over 5,000 people have filed reports with the Attorney General’s office regarding identities used to submit fake comments to the Federal Communications Commission on the repeal of net neutrality, on which the FCC is scheduled to vote tomorrow, December 14, 2017. People can check whether their identity was misused and report it to the Attorney General’s office at ag.ny.gov/FakeComments. Examples of the over 5,000 reports already submitted to the Attorney General’s office can be found below.

Attorney General Schneiderman’s latest analysis shows that as many as two million comments misused the identities of real Americans, including over 100,000 comments per state from New York, Florida, Texas, and California. A map can be found below, highlighting the number of fake comments submitted using stolen identities by state.

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11 Responses to Ajit Pai Explains His Net Neutrality Repeal to Us

  1. Sirius Lunacy says:

    Idjit tells us that everything will be exactly the same after they throw out net neutrality, so tell my why companies like Comcast would spend millions on lobbying for this if nothing changes.

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  2. Osirisopto says:

    I notice he said nothing about being able to do political commentary, activism, or protest organization.

    Hmmm…

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    • Sirius Lunacy says:

      I also notice that he says you’ll still be able to do your Christmas shopping but neglects to mention that you will ONLY be able to do that at Amazon or whoever the current highest bidder for the bandwidth is.

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  3. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    The 4chan crowd won’t be so bullish about Trump when the anime porn sites slow to a crawl.

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  4. laura says:

    He didn’t mention how much it is going to cost you or how you may be once again, locked into along term agreement with an isp.

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  5. skinnydennis says:

    Fuckers, there’s a fake comment by me posted 12/4.

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  6. Steve-O says:

    Fuck you idgit. You forgot to mention that Comcast, those fuckers, can and will jack up my rates because you SAID THEY COULD. For no other reason then “Why not?”
    Fuck you with a rototiller.

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  7. Ali Redford says:

    What an asshole. It’s seeming to be a requirement to be an asshole to work for this administration.

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  8. Ivory Bill Woodpecker says:

    The Stupid White Folks, Purity Trolls, and Voluntary Non-Voters (“voluntary”, as distinguished from the victims of voter suppression or bad luck) who made this New Net Order possible will bitch and moan the loudest about it.

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  9. Osirisopto says:

    Hey, we’ve hit the big time. They blocked us.

    Good job!

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