In a last ditch effort to save net neutrality, websites including Reddit, Pornhub and Kickstarter are urging their users to tell Congress to intervene.
The appeals were displayed across the web pages on Tuesday. Kickstarter went as far to show a giant pop-up screen with the words “Defend Net Neutrality” across the entire homepage.
Reddit got creative; the technology subreddit(Opens in a new window) displayed a fake alert from a broadband provider warning users they’re out of bandwidth and need to upgrade their internet plan.
The sites joined an online protest on Tuesday called “Break the internet” that opposes