Reddit might have occasionally played host to controversial debates and scandals since its inception in 2005, but in a beautiful turn of events, the members of the self-proclaimed “front page of the internet” are standing united against the common evil: the FCC and its non-sensical plan to slay net neutrality.
The front page of Reddit has lit up in red with numerous posts encouraging fellow members to take a stance against the impending collapse of net neutrality.
At the time of writing, 22 of the 25 posts appearing on the website’s leading /r/all page are somehow related to net neutrality.
Most of these posts are linking to a website called Battle for the Net, advising netizens how to submit their complaints about the FCC’s net neutrality bill to Congress.
Created by non-profit internet activist group Fight for the Future, the website also provides a suggested script to follow when calling Congress.
The effort has so far gathered more than 260,000 registered complaints: