Baauer’s “Harlem Shake” may have obliterated the internet in 2012, but now the producer is taking on the FCC for using it in a (very dumb) net neutrality repeal video without permission.
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The creator of the viral track, which became a 2013 meme thanks to thousands of dancing challenge YouTube videos, has vowed revenge on the FCC and its chairman Ajit Pai.
“Harlem Shake” was used by Pai and conservative outlet The Daily Caller in a video entitled “7 Things You Can Still Do on the Internet After Net Neutrality,” released after the Federal Communications Commission voted on Thursday to repeal protections for net neutrality. Read more…
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