FCC Comment Page Buckles To Its Knees After John Oliver Asks Everyone To Comment
from the coincidence-or-not... dept
We’ve been experiencing technical difficulties with our comment system due to heavy traffic. We’re working to resolve these issues quickly.— The FCC (@FCC) June 2, 2014
We’re still experiencing technical difficulties with our comment system. Thanks for your patience as we work to resolve the issues.— The FCC (@FCC) June 2, 2014
Either way, the irony of the FCC having trouble under heavy loads concerning net neutrality was not lost on many people, who didn't miss the opportunity to tweet some replies mocking the whole net neutrality proposal.
.@FCC can I haz priority access?— Falk Steiner (@flueke) June 2, 2014
@FCC Don't worry. If you pay $8M more to Comcast you might get a better connection. They might even throw in a $4M/m server lease agreement.— Richard Risner (@Kowder) June 2, 2014
@FCC Maybe because you servers are running on the "slow lane" internet? Since when do you read comments that dont include cash bribes?— Mark Rodgers ツ (@KC8GRQ) June 2, 2014