Demand the FCC investigates false comments on their website in favor of repealing Title 2.
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During the days leading up to the repealing of Title II, the Federal Communications Commission opened a public forum on their website for citizens to voice their concerns over protecting net neutrality.
While an overwhelming majority of citizens voted in favor of retaining existing regulations stipulated in Title II of the Communications Act of 1934, a not-yet determined amount of social media accounts have been hijacked to comment in favor of the repeal. Some of these comments include deceased relatives, and forged comments from people who did not make these comments themselves.
The purpose of a public forum is to decide how the American people truly feel about an issue, and by ignoring the integrity of our cyber security, we are willfully diminishing the value of discussion between the public and government organizations. Please investigate these matters so that we can identify the source of this information infiltration.
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