Net Neutrality Fake Comments: How Political Operatives Duped Ajit Pai's FCC
POLITICS · MEDIA
October 4, 201923 min read4537 words
Published: October 4, 2019  |  23 min read4537 words
Sarah Reeves sat on her couch in Eugene, Oregon, staring at her laptop screen in furious disbelief. She was reading the website of a government agency, where her mother appeared to have posted a weighing in on a bitter policy battle for control of the internet. Something was very...
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Great reporting and a fascinating read. This summary should be enough to get some major criminal investigation under way. I do wish they had given links to the various comments so the reader could search for their own name.
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