AT&T net neutrality

It's rare that anything a major telecoms company does to screw over its customers can surprise me any more, but AT&T's latest move is a particularly stinky brand of skeezeball.

During yesterday's international day of internet protest in support of strong net neutrality rules, AT&T sent customers texts, emails, and even direct messages on the cable TV boxes, The Verge reports. The messages all claim AT&T is in support of strong net neutrality rules -- which AT&T's actions prove that it's not -- and encourage AT&T customers to sign their name to a letter supporting the abolition of the FCC's net neutrality rules.

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