The Reddit India community has been actively championing the cause of net neutrality over the past few weeks. r/india / Via reddit.com E-commerce giant Flipkart, meanwhile, has recently signed on to the controversial "Airtel Zero" platform that operates in violation of net neutrality principles. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF r/bakchodi / Via reddit.com The platform lets users access certain apps for free, while all other apps are left subject to data charges. The non-platform apps and their users are, thus, left at a huge disadvantage. Not being ones to forgive and forget, Redditors were called upon to make their voices heard in the most democratic way possible. reddit.com And, boy, did they answer the call. play.google.com play.google.com It didn't take long for reviews of the Flipkart app to go downhill. play.google.com And reviews for Airtel's app haven't been much better. play.google.com 1 star reviews for both apps have been increasing with each passing hour. play.google.com Moral of the story – if you fuck with the internet, the internet will find a way to fuck you right back. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Everything Is Terrible / Via giphy.com Read more about India's ongoing Net Neutrality debate here.