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This Burger King Ad Uses Whoppers To Explain Net Neutrality And It's Certainly Something

"I didn't think that ordering a Whopper would really open my eyes up to net neutrality."

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Burger King just released a three-minute "social experiment" video that explains net neutrality using burgers and, well, you should just probably watch it.

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Before the Federal Communications Commission repealed net neutrality regulations in December, these rules prohibited internet providers from blocking or slowing websites, or charging a premium for "fast lanes" for specific services or higher-quality streaming.


Some people were super into it.

We need @BurgerKing to explain all public policy and the U.S. Constitution. Brilliant explanation of the effect of…

The Burger King king trolling FCC Chairman @AjitPaiFCC by posing as Kermit the frog. I call this triptych "Agony o…

Others, not so much.

Burger King's anti-Trump "Whopper" ad is going to cost it a lot of business. Lefty CEOs can't see that America love…


i literally could not give less of a shit about burger king’s woke video about net neutrality. FYI they pay their employees $7 an hour

That stupid virtue-signaling Burger King video actually proves why net neutrality regulations are unnecessary.

A lot of people were just confused.

"Burger King's Net Neutrality PSA" is a phrase that makes so little sense to me, I feel like I'm getting punched in…

Here’s the full astounding video. Fast food restaurants are teaching us about the evils of government. I’m calling…

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