Americans Mad as Hell Over Proposed Net Neutrality Rules

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More than 99 percent of the 800,000 or so comments on Net neutrality the FCC released last month were in favor of an open Internet, according to the Sunlight Foundation’s analysis of the comments. At least 60 percent of the comments, or more than 484,000, were form letters written by organized campaigns, although that is a lower percentage than is common for high-volume regulatory issues. At least 200 comments came from law firms, on their own behalf or for their clients.

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