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This past Tuesday, while many Americans were preoccupied with the logistical nightmare of a house full of disagreeable relatives coming together for Thanksgiving dinner, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Ajit Pai, dumped the news of his plan to undo the hard-won net neutrality rules that prevent internet providers from charging websites to access internet users at faster speeds.

But freaked-out internet fans didn’t let the holiday food coma prevent them from taking action.

My work at today is informed by my researched and strong opinion that it’s critically important to prevent internet providers from deciding what websites get to load faster than others.

I fully realize that it is a dense, technical, confusing topic, and that it is difficult to build a public campaign around regulating internet traffic speeds.

The company, which has been notably quiet up until very recently, released a statement as part of the protest, directing readers to

“The new head of the FCC wants to undo the net neutrality protections you fought so hard for,” Tumblr’s statement reads.

Such tactics have absolutely nothing to with the substance of Pai’s anti-net neutrality proposal—and there is plenty there to mock and criticize. Demonstrate at the FCC or Comcast or AT&T or Verizon. The FCC is expected to vote to rescind net neutrality in less than three weeks.So there is work to be done, and it needs to happen quickly.But instead of focusing the ways that the death of the open internet could undermine how Americans work and communicate, some have turned to criticizing Pai himself, even attempting to intimidate his family.The flaw is today being reported to Last Pass by established Google Project zero hacker Tavis Ormandy who says he has found other "obvious critical problems".Interestingly, Mathias Karlsson, a security researcher has also independently found flaws in Last Pass.

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