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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

N810 wrote:
Fri Dec 15, 2017 8:46 am
Most people that get their internet through a wireless devise are all ready seeing caps, limits, down throttling, and other restrictions.
For all services, though.
And not crappy service for the things their isp doesnt like.
Throttling isnt the problem. Targeted, discriminatory throttling is

Re: Net Neutrality

Ajit just doesn't care. Polls show 83% of the US population in favor of keeping the internet as a utility. I imagine Pai is making far too much money off of this to care about the American people. I can only hope congress steps in to do something... but that's seeming like it'll be difficult to mak...

Re: Net Neutrality

Net neutrality isnt about setting the prices in stone for everyone. but that everyone can talk to everyone else on the internet without additional barriers or limitations. And that's the part I'm trying to get clarified: how is moving control of pricing -- as an important means by which people talk...

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