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May 25, 2014
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TV: In Washington, the FCC finds itself knee-deep in public reaction to reports it may loosen, if not fully abandon, its stated commitment to preserve net neutrality and an open internet. Thousands and thousands of letters, e-mails, and phone calls have poured in on a near-daily basis from aghast citizens, technologists, academics, and business owners, asking commission members to keep the internet's level playing field and non-discriminatory data practices intact. We are told, however, that the FCC has received a near-equal number of e-mails demanding and END to net neutrality, all from the same 14-year-old girl. "Making it so people can only wear neutral colors like beige and taupe in their Instagram selfies is downright unAmerican," reads one.
Marcus: You probably shouldn't have told your sister that's what it meant. 
Jason: I WAS KIDDING, PAIGE! I WAS KIDDING!
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