Video: Comcast Pays to Push Public out of Internet Debate

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SavetheInternet.com caught cable giant stacking a FCC hearing with paid (and apparently sleepy) seat fillers.

The hearing was set up to investigate Comcast's recent blocking of the Internet. But the cable giant filled the room with paid sitters so that the public couldn't get in to voice their support for a free-flowing Internet.

Check out this video for more of the story:

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You can find out more about the misdeeds of the big internet corporations at SaveTheInternet.com, or just take action by clicking the links below:

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