Comedian John Oliver’s hilarious net neutrality video and call for people to flood the Federal Communications Commission with protests worked: The agency’s comment system crashed Monday.
The FCC’s creaky Electronic Comment Filing System couldn’t keep up with the hordes of people trying to weigh in on the agency’s net neutrality proposal on Monday.
We’re still experiencing technical difficulties with our comment system. Thanks for your patience as we work to resolve the issues.
— The FCC (@FCC) June 2, 2014
The 13-minute video explaining net neutrality first aired Sunday night on Oliver’s HBO talk show “Last Week Tonight,” and has received more than 770,000 views on YouTube since then.
Despite being down for much of Monday afternoon, the FCC’s system logged 1,506 comments yesterday. About 94 percent of them — or 1,414 — were about net neutrality. So far, the FCC has received more than 45,000 comments on its net neutrality proposal.
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.