Funny or Die Celebrates FCC’s Not-at-All Dangerous Net Neutrality Plans

The internet is celebrating its 25th birthday now, and a new Funny or Die video shows how not-at-all dangerous the FCC’s net neutrality plans would be for the internet and consumer choice. Trust us. It’ll be totally cool, guys.

The average American family in the video talks about how in the future, “the internet will be faster and faster, with fewer options,” and “the nation will eventually fall in line.” The one upshot of shutting down net neutrality is that “we can finally eradicate the scourge of the internet: pornography.”

The ad ends with a testimonial from a talking dog that may or may not have been planted by government agents to ensure compliance. Trust us.

Watch the video below, via Funny or Die:

[h/t Red Alert Politics]
[image via screengrab]

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