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“Your internet experience may look a little different today.

“That’s because Netflix, OkCupid, Airbnb, Reddit and dozens of other popular websites are greeting visitors on Wednesday with messages urging them to protect the free and open internet.

“It’s all part of a massive campaign called the “Day of Action,” an online protest that’s meant to stir up grassroots support for the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality regulations.

“The rules, which were passed in 2015 by a Democrat-controlled FCC, were crafted to prevent broadband companies from favoring their own content over competitors’ services or charging fees to deliver faster service.”

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