7,000-plus Coloradans’ names, addresses used to post fake comments about government decision
DENVER -- More than 7,000 Coloradans' names and addresses have been used to post the same fake comment on the Federal Communications Commission's decision on net neutrality. The FCC is collecting public comment on its decision about whether or not to do away with net neutrality rules. Net neutrality rules prevent internet providers from charging websites a fee to boost how fast their content gets to devices. The FCC could soon get rid of those rules.