People who were impersonated by anti-net neutrality spammers blast FCCEnlarge (credit: Getty Images | Palto)
Fourteen people who say their names and addresses were attached to anti-net neutrality comments without their permission have asked the Federal Communications Commission to notify other victims of the impersonation and remove fraudulent comments from the net neutrality docket.
As we’ve previously reported, there have been hundreds of thousands of identical comments that were ostensibly submitted to the FCC by ordinary people who hate the current net neutrality rules.

But the comments appear to have been submitted by spam bots and attached to names drawn from data breaches.
People who say they were impersonated sent a letter to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai.
In it, they wrote the following:
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