Complaints about Janet Jackson's Super Bowl halftime show performance of 2004 led to a record number of public interactions with the Federal Communications Commission. This year's net neutrality comments come in second. Donald Miralle/Getty Images hide caption

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1 Million Net Neutrality Comments Filed, But Will They Matter?

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Demonstrators protest outside the Federal Communications Commission Thursday. The agency voted to open new proposed rules for public comment, including a discussion of whether "paid prioritization" should be banned. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Proponents of open Internet access protest in front of the FCC headquarters in Washington, D.C. The commission votes Thursday on its proposed rules amid debate about network neutrality. Elise Hu/NPR hide caption

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FCC To Unveil Proposed Rules To Govern Internet Traffic

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Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of the Internet startup Reddit, says he and his partner had no connections and little money when they started the now-popular site. Tanya Kechichian/Courtesy of Hachette Book Group USA hide caption

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Life Outside The Fast Lane: Startups Wary Of Web Traffic Plan

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A passenger checks his cellphone while boarding a flight in Boston. The Federal Communications Commission is proposing new rules to allow using cellphones for data and voice calls during airline flights. Matt Slocum/AP hide caption

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