FCC's site has been reportedly bombarded, DDOS'd, by an anti-net neutrality bot that continually posts comments about anti-net neutrality under different account names. Since it has blasted their comments system, this shows nothing but bot-like effort. If this is a ploy or cyber-attack, it appears it has caused attention to be given by the FCC in a press release recently.
Here is the short of the statement:
Beginning on Sunday night at midnight, our analysis reveals that the FCC was subject to multiple distributed denial-of-service attacks(DDos). These were deliberate attempts by external actors to bombard the FCC’s comment system with a high amount of traffic to our commercial cloud host. These actors were not attempting to file comments themselves; rather they made it difficult for legitimate commenters to access and file with the FCC. While the comment system remained up and running the entire time, these DDoS events tied up the servers and prevented them from responding to people attempting to submit comments. We have worked with our commercial partners to address this situation and will continue to monitor developments going forward.