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Re: Net Neutrality

The FCC imposing and verifying compliance with "rules that prohibit carriers from variably pricing broadband based on the origin of data" is not different in any meaningful way from "telling private businesses what they're allowed to charge for the goods and services they provide." These are just t...

Re: Net Neutrality

I seem to have made the wrong sort of impression with my post, Flatfingers. :oops: I absolutely do not think you're a bad person. Actually, I have a great deal of respect for you. If I did think you were a bad person, I probably wouldn't have mentioned all the people that could lose their jobs over ...

Re: My historic mailbox is about to shut down

Fox, I haven't used it in forever, but Gmail has/had a feature where you could hook into older mail services and download all the emails from them. I used it for Yahoo a number of years ago, when I made the switch from Yahoo. (Gmail is superior to Yahoo's garbage in every way) If you're not interest...

Re: Net Neutrality

I don't think it's correct to say that some "net neutrality" regulations meaningfully similar to those applied over the past 2 years were in effect earlier. If that were true, then there would have been even less justification for the FCC to impose 1934 POTS-era rules on Internet providers. Given t...

Re: Net Neutrality

Welcome to 2015... cause this is what 2015 was like... Actually, no, it's not. There were net neutrality rules in place then, too. They only rebranded it as "Net Neutrality" (capitalized) in 2015, but net neutrality (lowercase) laws have been around since 2005, and before that it was lumped in with...

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