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Netflix, Reddit, Kickstarter, Vimeo and thousands of other websites plan an online protest 10 September to call for stronger net neutrality rules in the US. The websites will display a spinning icon that represents a slow-loading internet, which links to more information about the FCC's latest proposal for net neutrality. According to consumer group Free Press, one of the organizers of the protest, the aim is to encourage more people to make their opinion heard to the FCC. None of the websites will actually be slowed. 

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Countries: United States
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