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Justice Department investigates fake net neutrality comments

6 days ago   |   By Engadget

The scrutiny over fake net neutrality comments appears to be intensifying. Sources talking to BuzzFeed News said the Justice Department is investigating whether or not there were crimes when people posted millions of bogus comments on the FCC's net n...
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The FBI is now investigating fake anti-net neutrality comments

The FBI is now investigating fake anti-net neutrality comments

6 days ago   |   By The Verge

The federal government is now looking into faked comments posted to the FCC's website during last year's public comment period on the agency's plans to roll back net neutrality internet protections. According to Buzzfeed News , the FBI has launched an investigation to determine if any laws were broken.
In May 2017, the FCC began accepting comments from the general public regarding its plans, pulling in more than 2.6 million comments , spurred on by television personalities like John Oliver. The agency was inundated with tens of thousands of near-identical comments advocating for the...
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