Thursday December 14 — The FCC decided to repeal the Net Neutrality regulations that prohibited internet service providers from blocking websites or charging for higher-quality service, as well as federal government no longer regulating high speed internet delivery like it’s a phone service.
The regulation was made by former President Obama‘s decision, but this administration dismantled it.
Being the most hated agency today to out it off, EDM’s Baauer is now suing the FCC for illegally using his viral hit “Harlem Shake” in a video letting people know what they can still do after net neutrality is repealed.
Welll Welll Welll, jokes on you FCC, because according to EDM Sauce the parody Diplo account asked Baauer if the FCC license his song and in a matter of a few hours he tweeted out that he’d be taking legal action.
I'm Taking action. Whatever I can do to stop this loser https://t.co/Ajo6wBATdF
— Aa (@baauer) December 14, 2017