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Throttle Block is a parody, delivered via a Chrome extension, to illustrate what could unfold following the FCC's vote to end Net Neutrality.

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Urge the FCC to keep strong Title II Net Neutrality rules was popularized by John Oliver on May 7th, 2017 in response to threats against Net Neutrality. The campaign was a success in driving millions of people to express their concerns on the topic.

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During the May 7 episode of "Last Week Tonight," John Oliver introduced a website he created called It directed users to the FCC website, where they could leave comments urging the FCC chairman to uphold net neutrality. The campaign turned out to be a big success and more than a million people commented on the FCC website.
Back in 2014, John Oliver went up to bat against the Federal Communications Commission for not doing enough to protect net neutrality - and won. So can he do it again this year? Oliver spent the majority of Sunday's episode of Last Week Tonight going...
In Sunday's episode of "Last Week Tonight," Oliver revisited the issue of net neutrality amid threats of rollbacks. The host encouraged his viewers to visit the FCC site and leave comments in favor of strong net neutrality rules. And to make it easier, he offered a shortcut to the commission's comment form through the domain
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Once again, John Oliver and the team at Last Week Tonight crashed the FCC website. Here's how they did it: When net neutrality rules were unde
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