Posted by : brij fbEducator Friday, 7 July 2017


Google said this week that it will join several major tech companies who are participating in a protest day dubbed the “Battle for the Net” on July 12th. Google told Inverse it would participate in the Day of Action, a movement to protest the FCC’s plans to abolish net neutrality. Other sites confirmed are Amazon, Reddit, Mozilla, Kickstarter, and Pornhub, among others. The ACLU also plans to lend its support. The Google spokesperson who spoke with Inverse wouldn’t say what the company would be doing on the day, though. In fact, very few sites have been public about exactly how they’ll be protesting net neutrality. A few…

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