Verizon Challenges FCC's Net Neutrality Push
Top message: You just don't get it by crood
Replying to: Re: You just don't get it by trenen
Re: You just don't get it
It's unconstitutional because it directly violates the 5th amendment.
"...nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation."
Wireless spectrum is not private property; it is public property. So, your Fifth Amendment argument vis Ã vis wireless ISPs is null & void.
Additionally, you conveniently use the First Amendment to support your argument against Net Neutrality, yet fail to acknowledge that Net Neutrality helps ensure First Amendment rights to Internet users.
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