"Harlem Shake" record label trying to take down Ajit Pai's stupid anti-net neutrality video

A few days ago—in what was, somehow, only the third or fourth-most obnoxious thing he’s done this week—FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai released a video onto the internet, mocking critics of his ongoing plan to destroy net neutrality regulations by purporting to show all the things people will still be able to do once…

Stephen Colbert mourns net neutrality—and that feeling of hope after Roy Moore's defeat

Stephen Colbert led off his Tuesday Late Show monologue by deadpanning the confession, “If you’ll excuse me, I’m a little shaky tonight. My heart has been hurting all day, due to a condition my doctor calls ‘hope.’” It was his prelude to a monologue filled with bewildered glee that noted Republican disgrace Roy Moore…

The FCC’s Ajit Pai now openly mocking net neutrality protesters with his dumb new video

We’re getting closer and closer to a crisis point on net neutrality, as current FCC chairman Ajit Pai wages a minor internet culture war to convince people to support his plans for a “free internet”—i.e., one in which protections don’t exist to stop service providers from charging different amounts of money to stream…

An FCC commissioner tells Jordan Klepper that The Opposition to net neutrality has fake names, Russian accents

Now that America has got that whole “Jesus Christ, can we just not elect a lawless, bigoted pedophile to the U.S. Senate!” thing more or less taken care of, it’s time for anti-Trump forces to look for the next exhausting but necessary fight. On a Tuesday where the late-night hosts—who tape in the afternoon—had to…

Trump's FCC chairman says the real net neutrality question is why conservatives keep getting blocked on Twitter

FCC chairman Ajit Pai has come under a lot of fire over the last few months, as he tirelessly works to repeal the net neutrality protections put in place during the Obama era, which heartlessly force internet service providers to treat all data from different traffic sources with the same set of rules. (Instead of,…