1. Net Nutrality Campaign

Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian, who became a vocal critic of controversial proposed legislation to curb Internet piracy (SOPA and PIPA), is setting out again to raise awareness--this time over potential changes the FCC may make to net neutrality. The entrepreneur is trying to crowdfund $20,000 to put a billboard in the "FCC's backyard"protesting changes. He argues that a tiered payment structure for the Internet would hamper innovation.--Techcrunch

2. Justice Served?

The board of Silicon Valley ad startup RadiumOne dismissed CEO Gurbaksh Chalal following his arrest on multiple counts of battery and domestic violence stemming from an incident with his girlfriend. (Chalal pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor counts.) In a textbook example of how not to bow out gracefully, Chahal posted a lengthy defense of his actions in which he accuses his former girlfriend of being a prostitute.--Slate

3. Uber Infiltration

Over the weekend a small group of tech protestors in Seattle detained at least 10 vehicles operating for the ride-sharing service Uber, and passed out hundreds of fliers to drivers and passengers. Though this certainly isn't the first tech industry protest in Seattle, it was distinct for taking aim at Uber's CEO Travis Kalanick, who the protestors called a sociopath.--The Verge

4. Good Morning, Indeed

Need a simple tip to keep morale high first thing Monday morning? Lynn Taylor, a national workplace expert says to spend a few extra minutes greeting your team during the hardest day of the week: "Ideally, you'll spend an few extra minutes with your colleagues on Monday mornings. It reinforces a sense of purpose and community for everyone, including you," Taylor tells Business Insider.--Business Insider

5. Head West, Young Coder

Forbes has released its list of the best big cities for jobs, with Silicon Valley and San Francisco taking the top spots with 4.3 and 3.6 percent job growth over the last year, respectively.--Forbes