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Net neutrality protestors hit Verizon stores — including these two dudes in snowy Fairbanks, Alaska

Defenders of a free and open internet rallied in front of Verizon stores across the U.S. Thursday. The fight to save net neutrality even made it to the only Verizon store in Fairbanks, Alaska. SEE ALSO: How killing net neutrality will hurt online protests and free speech Snow didn't stop at least a couple sign-wielding protesters from showing up at the Verizon store in Fairbanks.
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