Net Neutrality Watchdog Group Using Google Content Network and Facebook Ads To Attack Google

Consumer watchdogs Progressive Change Campaign Committee, one of the groups behind last month's Net Neutrality protests in Mountain View have now one-upped themselves by buying ads through Google's own content network and on competitor Facebook in conjunction with OneWebDay. The ads, which aren't subtle or artful, redirect to an open letter to Google founders Sergey […]

Consumer watchdogs Progressive Change Campaign Committee, one of the groups behind last month's Net Neutrality protests in Mountain View have now one-upped themselves by buying ads through Google's own content network and on competitor Facebook in conjunction with OneWebDay. The ads, which aren't subtle or artful, redirect to an open letter to Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page.

Says spokesperson Adam Green, "[We're] targeting them in their comfort zone — Silicon Valley. Also rewarding Facebook, which has come out for Net Neutrality recently, by buying ads there."

And, in case you were wondering, this is what pops up when you click "I'm feeling lucky."

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