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Verizon to FCC: Net Neutrality Rules 'Unneeded Regulation'

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neurocutie

Sep 30, 2011, 10:48 PM

uncertainity --created WITHOUT net neutrality, not WITH...

funny that (self-serving) Verizon thinks that net neutrality will create "uncertainty" in the market, when it creates exactly the opposite. A level playing field establishes CERTAINITY. Its the possibility of ISPs and carriers charging arbitrary companies and services more or less and the power to squeeze them, that's what would create uncertainity... and what needs to be prohibited by regulations.
I agree, Net nutrality is a good thing, Although I can understand why Verizon is upset, but If I pay for this much data at this speed. Then why are you throttling my data when I'm, say, watching Netflix or any other video site, when it runs twice as f...
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Is to bankruptcy of private industry and the creation of 'Internet' as a government controlled 'utility'....they desire this rule because they know it will cause harm to private industry.

The goal here is the acquisition of power by the FCC and li...
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mycool

Oct 1, 2011, 10:01 PM

Verizon to FCC: Murder 'Unneeded Law'

People will naturally be good. Listing "murder" as a crime will create an uncertainty in our country. It will cause people to come to fear each other and taking up arms, which will then cause everyone who owns a gun to shoot each other no matter what.

Murder of all types should not be a law.
 
 
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