Brave YouTuber installs literal fast and slow lanes for traffic outside the FCC’s headquarters

It’s been a few weeks since FCC chairman Ajit Pai’s “Restoring Internet Freedom” order to reverse net neutrality passed at the commission, and in that time, various companies have put together protests and videos trying to illustrate the issue (including a rather clever ad from Burger King).

But video director Rob Bliss has taken things a step further. With the help of a few traffic cones and some very slow bicycling, he tried to create literal fast and slow lanes of traffic outside the FCC’s headquarters through his “Restoring Automotive Freedom” program, via Bicycling.com.

Bliss seems to have embraced Pai’s words about how before net neutrality “innovators … transformed how billions of people live and…

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