Fake Steve Jobs has had enough of AT&T and their "bastardly behavior over bandwidth usage" and so is launching a crowd-sourced, flash-mobbed, Rickson Gracie-style assault on their network called "Operation Chokehold":

Subject: Operation Chokehold

On Friday, December 18, at noon Pacific time, we will attempt to overwhelm the AT&T data network and bring it to its knees. The goal is to have every iPhone user (or as many as we can) turn on a data intensive app and run that app for one solid hour. Send the message to AT&T that we are sick of their substandard network and sick of their abusive comments. THe idea is we’ll create a digital flash mob. We’re calling it in Operation Chokehold. Join us and speak truth to power!

TiPb commented on Fake Steve's previous, glorious AT&T flamefest and Ralph de la Vega's statements that lit the latest match in this particular powder keg.

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Let us know how you feel about Operation Chokehold in the comments. Are you warming up YouTube, standing next to a cell tower, and just waiting to press "play"? Or is it just kicking a network when it's (quite often) down at this point?