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Top message:  even if we disagree on where the regulation comes from by mkl4466   Jan 28, 2011, 8:53 PM

Replying to:  No, you're thinking of it only one way by Menno   Jan 31, 2011, 11:09 PM

Re: No, you're thinking of it only one way

by lollipop    Feb 1, 2011, 3:52 PM

Is that white Municipal water is actually cleaner then bottled water?

I am sorry but the statement that corporations run efficient is absolute BS. There is a state run ISP that runs a faster, cheaper, and more efficient internet service then the cable provider in its borders. What net neutrality is is a path to forcing the Broadband carriers and ISPs to keep up with demand and upgrade their networks instead of adding more and more customers without want to expand capacity to suit the needs of their growing customer base.

What people like you are advocating is basically giving the ISPs zero reason to upgrade their networks to keep up with demand. If you're dropping calls because someone is watching Porn 24/7 then your ISP/Wireless Carrier needs to use the money they make to keep up with demand.

I am sorry but giving control to a series of companies who's entire motives are to OFFER YOU LESS FOR MORE is retarded. As for the "Market" I think both Comcast, ATT, Time Warner, and Verizon have proven that they can offer whatever they want to the customer with no impact to their business. The number 2 carrier in the US is ranked as having terrible service and equally terrible customer service and yet they growing faster then the number 1 carrier.

Comcast is rated as the worst company in the US but they continue to operate with ZERO impact on their business. Sorry but the "companies answer to their customers" angle has been proven a shallow and weak argument.

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