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Senate Squashes Attempt to Kill FCC's Net Neutrality Rules

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Nov 10, 2011, 1:36 PM
"Senate Republicans argued that the the FCC's attempt to regulate the internet overreached its bounds"...SO LET'S FIX IT BY TURNING CORPORATIONS LOSE TO "SELF-REGULATE"!!! A gerat deal of good it's done us so far.

Nov 10, 2011, 2:31 PM
is kinda like a corporation. Actually, fascism is a corporation. No 'kinda like' about it.

Nov 11, 2011, 8:00 AM
It amazes me how the GOP can convince the middle and lower class in this country to go along with their pro-corporation views by telling them that the Democrats want to take away their guns and turn this country into a Muslim state. Ignorance runs rampant among the masses.

Nov 11, 2011, 11:11 AM
Yes,it does my friend. Watch out for the mexicans,muslims,gays,atheists,communists,afr ican americans,Obama is a Kenyan,women will be forced into abortion clinics,blah,blah,blah...
And the brain-washed masses poorer by the day,keep voting multi millionaires into office,buying into the fantasy that they too,will be part of the 1% one day...so dont you dare raise any taxes on the rich!!! And so it goes.
T Bone

Nov 12, 2011, 12:19 PM
For you or someone else to explain to me exactly what 'problem' net neutrality is supposed to fix.

It's a solution in search of a problem.

Finish this sentence for me:

Privately owned networks need to be confiscated by the federal government because......

The only argument the FCC has been able to put forward to defend its actions so far is 'we want to control the Internet because it is not yet under government control, and stuff not being under government control is something up with which we will not put, because after all what is the point of having a government if the government isn't going to have control of absolutely everything? Government must control the Internet because government must control everything.'

And t...

Nov 12, 2011, 3:13 PM
T Bone said:
Finish this sentence for me:

Privately owned networks need to be confiscated by the federal government because......

Fix your intentionally loaded language. Then, I will finish the sentence for you.

Meanwhile, have you stopped beating your wife yet?


(And before anyone thinks my question inappropriate, make sure that you know what a loaded question is and can recognize one when you see one.)


Nov 13, 2011, 3:40 AM
Umm, you make it impossible for anyone to respond to you because you are changing the facts.

Net Neutrality is NOT "Privately owned networks being confiscated by the federal government."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L11kLmWha6o »

If you are still too lazy to learn what Net Neutrality really is through the video link, perhaps I can simplify it for you. It is a set of rules stating that the ISPs can not discriminate which binary data transfers faster (or at all).

And, it isn't a "solution in search of a problem." It is a reaction to what the ISPs have already discriminated against:

- BitTorrent Protocol
- Competitive VOIP Services
- Competitive video content
- Etc.


That's not to say that e ...

Nov 14, 2011, 10:49 AM
It's a time-tested far right wing tecnique,akin to asking: Why do you hate America??? They are just so predictable and incoherent.

Nov 20, 2011, 3:51 PM
I completely agree.

Putting the "net" under the governments control via legislation supposedly protecting us from those big bad companies is going to come back to bite us in the ass.

Just take a quick look at all the other web-related legislation our amazing government is coming up with.

The internet will soon be controlled entirely if we continue to let the government have ANY say in it at all.

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