The Federal Communications Commission is being slammed by public comments on net neutrality right now. The problem is so severe that some visitors haven't been able to file their input — so the FCC is extending the deadline for comments until midnight on Friday.
This isn't the first time the FCC's systems have crashed when it comes to net neutrality. Earlier this summer, ECFS went down in the days after John Oliver's epic net neutrality rant — though it later turned out to be a database denial-of-service attack.
This latest outage, though, appears to be the real thing — hence the deadline extension. In addition to using the Web site, whenever that gets restored — instructions here — you can also e-mail your comment to email@example.com. There's still time.