Yesterday was the much-ballyhooed Net Neutrality Day of Action, an online demonstration day on which thousands of websites, people and services called attention to the impending revocation of net neutrality regulations by the FCC. And the turnout, it turns out, was quite impressive.

It would be quite difficult to use the web at all yesterday without running into at the least a handful of pop-ups, site takeovers and funny messages all aimed at get people to make their voices heard on the net neutrality debate.

Tumblr, Twitter, Netflix, Yelp, Kickstarter, Mozilla, Vimeo, Spotify, Airbnb, Amazon, Reddit, Etsy, YouTube, Twitch and many, many more participated; we amassed a few interesting ones into a gallery .

The broad exposure and ease of access to feedback mechanisms( some websites let you call your representative with a keypress, others submitted remarks to the FCC on your behalf) built for a fairly tremendous volume of reactions.

Per Demand Progress, the Day of Action featured 😛 TAGEND

2 million comments to the FCC( to be submitted in the course of the coming few periods so as not to overwhelm its servers; and no convenient going down this time)

5 million emails to Congress( similarly spaced out)

124,000 phone calls to representatives

20 Congressional offices visited in person by protestors, among other meatspace activities

Dozens of high-profile celebrities and politicians speaking out on the issue