Net neutrality advocates weren't going to let the FCC roll back the Open Internet Order without making their voices heard. Protesters gathered outside the FCC building yesterday to chant, cheer a series of speakers and brandish signs of outrage. And while the distress over the agency's move to relax Internet oversight rules was real, there was also room for some gallows humor, as evidenced by the fake Internet cemetery designed around concrete barriers at the FCC entryway.
For more on the substance of yesterday's FCC vote, read: FCC Ends Net Neutrality.
For a photo slideshow of the signs and celebrities on display at the accompanying net neutrality rally, click the image below.
— Mari Silbey, Senior Editor, Cable/Video, Light Reading