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MetroPCS Sues FCC Over Net Neutrality, Too

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Replying to:  how can anyone who uses the internet be against net neutrality? by mkl4466   Jan 25, 2011, 8:46 PM

Re: how can anyone who uses the internet be against net neutrality?

by trenen    Jan 26, 2011, 11:22 AM

The ISP is a private establishment. They have the right to operate their service as they see fit, whether you agree with it or not. The Internet is not 'public', which is why this whole thing is against the 5th amendment. The government is trying to control the Internet like it's a public utility and that's against the law. People are making up these fantastical 'what if' scenarios like the book you just wrote and not looking at this from a logical and legal perspective - thus why we have a bunch of jackasses running the government right now.

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