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Back in 2017, the Federal Communications Commission invited the public to comment on the issue of net neutrality before it ultimately voted to kill those Obama-era regulations. There’s one minor problem: Some of those who commented in support of repealing net neutrality rules were dead at the time

In fact, a huge number of comments may have been fake, which sparked requests for the FCC to share server logs that would identify where each and every comment originated. Fast forward to today, and a judge has ordered the FCC to provide those logs to two reporters who requested them, Gizmodo reports.

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