Net Neutrality Fervor Nears Janet Jackson Wardrobe Malfunction Levels

Since the commission began accepting public input on net neutrality on April 24, about 300,000 people have emailed to express an opinion, according to Gigi Sohn, the FCC’s special counsel of external affairs. Another 60,000 people have commented through the commission’s formal docket, and 6,265 people have called the FCC’s 1-800 number. That makes net neutrality the second-most commented issue at the FCC, behind only Janet Jackson’s infamous “wardrobe malfunction” during the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show, which prompted more than 500,000 people to complain to the FCC. – Gerry Smith, HuffPost Tech