gofccyourself.com

Urge the FCC to keep strong Title II Net Neutrality rules

#4 Product of the WeekMay 08, 2017
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gofccyourself.com 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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HunterHiring
TL;DR go to www.gofccyourself.com and support net neutrality by adding your support for Title II (when the FCC website is back up again). --- 3 years ago John Oliver and Last Week Tonight urged people to go to the FCC's website and tell them to preserve strong net neutrality neutrality rules and Title II (we succeeded). Net Neutrality and Title II are now under threat again... and the FCC made their process for submitting your views on the issue very very very long, as you can see here: So the team @LastWeekTonight bought the URL gofccyourself.com (brilliant) which directs you right to the part of the website you need to get to for submitting your opinion on Title II. AKA here: https://www.fcc.gov/ecfs/search/... Look how easy it is! P.S. The FCC website is down at the moment. Credit to John Oliver and the team.
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HunterHiring
@nivo0o0 looks like it's back up now 👍
@nivo0o0 everytime i refresh the number of filing results go up! it's at 231,907 results at the moment. https://www.fcc.gov/ecfs/search/...
@nivo0o0 @lastweektonight I... think I submitted? It's crazy how confusing it still is, even after being jumped right to the correct results page
Just in case you were all curious justtellmeifimrelatedtoanazi.com is real and actually links to the FCC site…well done John….well done.
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@loganknowitall Was curious to check, but too lazy to type. Thanks for sharing!
HunterHiring
I bet someone from the community will make a Isgofccyourselfdown.com website watch before the FCC website recovers 😅
Thank you, John Oliver. Glad this is getting the attention it needs.
I've been trying to access the site since last night but keep getting a blank screen. Maybe the FCC has no incentive to fix the traffic or page issue?