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Net Neutrality Campaign To Show What the Web Would Be Like With a "Slow Lane" 91

blottsie writes In a move out of the anti-SOPA campaign playbook, Fight for the Future and other net neutrality activist groups have set up the Battle for the Net coalition, which plans to launch an "Internet slowdown day" later this month. No actual traffic will be slowed down. Instead, participating sites will display embeddable modules that include a spinning "loading" symbol and information about contacting the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the White House, and members of Congress.
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Net Neutrality Campaign To Show What the Web Would Be Like With a "Slow Lane"

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