under Ajit Pai, the FCC is working to overturn network neutrality, allowing ISPs to take different speeds on different types of traffic, as needed. Many internet companies and websites are protesting. A reporter proposed an alternative method of protest: Call on billionaires to buy Ajit around the home of the ISP, and then lower his speed. Cloud service carrier CloudFlare co-founder and CEO Matthew Prince think he has a more effective approach. He explains the simplest way is to slow down requests to the FCC IP address segment, or when someone using those IPs accesses a CloudFlare Accelerate the site when placing a spot ad (interstitial). Prince says the company is unlikely to cross the line, and they are the most likely to implement this feature and then offer it to the customer for choice.