Reddit changes homepage to support net neutrality
Reddit is changing up its homepage to voice its support for net neutrality rules, which the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is expected to get rid of on Dec. 14.
The company’s new page features top and side banners with messages backing net neutrality provisions.
“HELP US SAVE THE FREE AND OPEN INTERNET,” read two banners on the side of the page. A different post sponsored by Reddit at the top of its homepage reads “Net Neutrality impacts real people. Tell us how YOU would be affected if the FCC kills it.”
— The Hill (@thehill) December 1, 2017