Net Neutrality victory lap: Grumpy Cat banner flown over Comcast HQ

Evan sez, "Last week, the Internet scored a historic victory for free speech when the FCC voted in favor of strong net neutrality protections that keep goliath telecom companies like Comcast from messing with the Internet."

The day after the vote, we wanted to send a message to all powerful institutions, be they corporations or governments, that the Internet will always rise up to defend itself. So we did the only natural thing: flew an airplane over Comcast HQ in Philadelphia towing a 2,000 square foot banner of Grumpy Cat saying "Comcast: Don't Mess with the Internet." #SorryNotSorry

Grumpy Cat Soars Over Comcast HQ!