Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Comcast Pays Random Peopel to fill seats in an FCC Hearing



UPDATE: Comcast paid for people to fill seats at FCC Net Neutrality hearing - Boing Boing

An interesting story on BoingBoing today, The FCC held a hearing concerning Net Neutrality. Comcast, picked random peopel of the streets, and p[aid them, to come inside, fill up the seat's and cheer for them. Tons of people, including Reporters, got turned away fro mthe hearing due to lack of seating. Click above for hte ull boing boing story, and soem nice pictures from one of the staff that tried to attend. The best part is, that comcast admits to doing this.


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