Reddit Founder Alexis Ohanian Plasters DC With Net Neutrality Ads Ahead of FCC Vote
The FCC is two days away from unveiling its new proposed net neutrality rules, and Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian will stop at nothing to stop a bad ruling. Through a crowdfunding campaign on Crowdtilt, Ohanian raised over $20,000 to place ads around Washington, DC to speak out against selective fast tracked internet service.
Placed in bus stops, the ads liken the internet to a street grid, claiming that internet service providers are threatening to introduce gridlocks and make internet users pay more to reach the sites they want to visit:
To inform the public about net neutrality and explain why it should be treated as a public utility, Ohanian will join Oregon Senator Ron Wyden in a Reddit AMA today starting at 5 p.m. EST.
Located in Washington? Check out this list of the Ohanian’s ad placements:
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