Baauer is ‘taking action’ against FCC chairman for using ‘Harlem Shake’ in net neutrality repeal video

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Musician Harry Rodrigues, who produces and DJs under the name Baauer, is not okay with Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai using his song, “Harlem Shake,” in an anti-net neutrality video produced by The Daily Caller.The corny video features Pai describing all of the benign activities you can still partake in after the repeal of open internet protection.

The final skit features the chairman and others, including a prominent “Pizzagate” conspiracy theorist, dancing to “Harlem Shake” in an apparent attempt at earning internet cred by referencing an old meme from 2013.

The FCC voted 3-2 today to repeal landmark net neutrality rules that two years ago reclassified telecom companies as common carriers under Title II……

 
 
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