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    In this April 2014 image released by HBO, host John Oliver speaks during “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver,” in New York. Oliver, who subbed for Jon Stewart as host of “The Daily Show” last summer and began his own HBO weekly show in April, often devotes about half of his 30 minutes to a single topic below the headlines.

    Mar 2, 2015 5:00 AM

    The British comedian John Oliver introduced his fifth episode's explainer back in June 2014, joking that the Internet had vastly increased access to everything from cat pictures to “a case of coyote urine.” What followed was an acclaimed segment on net neutrality, that not only created significant buzz for his show but gave a bump to a political movement that scored its biggest victory to date on Thursday when the Federal Communications Commission bucked cable companies, the GOP, and its own previous stance, to ensure protections for Oliver’s beloved open-access Internet for millions of Americans.

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