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10. Re: Evening Legal Briefs Nov 22, 2017, 17:39 mellis
 
LittleMe wrote on Nov 22, 2017, 03:41:
NN is corporate propaganda. You are useful idiots. Regulations often inflate prices and protect markets to exploit you the consumer. Look at what the FDA has done with drug prices for example. They want to do the same thing to you with Title II. I'm not saying an ISP like Comcast is good but I don't think Title II or strong handed socialist regulation was the answer.

Hahahahahahahahahahaha. God Bless America.
 
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9. Re: Evening Legal Briefs Nov 22, 2017, 09:28 Pigeon
 
LittleMe wrote on Nov 22, 2017, 03:41:

Now direct your anger at your local government to open up more competition to give you more choices. That would be constructive.


You do realize the removing Title II is likely to cause the same kind of non-competitive wasteland that is ISP provider choice to the entirety of the internet right? With ISPs as the covetous gatekeepers you can bet your sweet ass it's going to get more expensive for new businesses to enter the market, and for smaller alternatives to compete against the likes of google and amazon.

You don't like regulation, fine, but surely you have to see there's an order in which things ought to happen so as not to destroy what competition there is (i.e. competition between ISPs is opened up before title II is is removed). What do you think is going to happen when ISPs, who you seem to have acknowledged don't really have competition, are allowed to control your access to content on the internet? Do you really think that's going to foster a healthy competitive environment on the internet, or do you think only the companies that can afford to pay the toll will benefit?
 
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8. Re: Evening Legal Briefs Nov 22, 2017, 08:36 Beamer
 
RedEye9 wrote on Nov 22, 2017, 08:13:
Beamer wrote on Nov 22, 2017, 07:45:
LittleMe wrote on Nov 22, 2017, 03:41:
NN is corporate propaganda. You are useful idiots. Regulations often inflate prices and protect markets to exploit you the consumer. Look at what the FDA has done with drug prices for example. They want to do the same thing to you with Title II. I'm not saying an ISP like Comcast is good but I don't think Title II or strong handed socialist regulation was the answer.

An open market and competition is the much more powerful answer to be sure the Internet is free and open. You the consumer need to have the power, not the feds and not the incompetent FCC.

Now direct your anger at your local government to open up more competition to give you more choices. That would be constructive.


Says the guy who thinks Flat Earthers have interesting things to say and deserve our attention.

Again, do you realize EVERYTHING you believe is a conspiracy theory with no facts behind it? EVERYTHING. EVERY SINGLE THING.
No he does not realize it, he even thinks you're a conspirator.

Yup, I'm rolling in NASAbucks and SorosDough.
 
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7. Re: Evening Legal Briefs Nov 22, 2017, 08:13 RedEye9
 
Beamer wrote on Nov 22, 2017, 07:45:
LittleMe wrote on Nov 22, 2017, 03:41:
NN is corporate propaganda. You are useful idiots. Regulations often inflate prices and protect markets to exploit you the consumer. Look at what the FDA has done with drug prices for example. They want to do the same thing to you with Title II. I'm not saying an ISP like Comcast is good but I don't think Title II or strong handed socialist regulation was the answer.

An open market and competition is the much more powerful answer to be sure the Internet is free and open. You the consumer need to have the power, not the feds and not the incompetent FCC.

Now direct your anger at your local government to open up more competition to give you more choices. That would be constructive.


Says the guy who thinks Flat Earthers have interesting things to say and deserve our attention.

Again, do you realize EVERYTHING you believe is a conspiracy theory with no facts behind it? EVERYTHING. EVERY SINGLE THING.
No he does not realize it, he even thinks you're a conspirator.
 
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There's an easy and fool-proof way to tell if anything related conservative/right-wing/Republican politics is true or not. If anyone calls it "fake news", you can be sure it's the solid truth.
https://www.newyorker.com/humor/borowitz-report
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6. Re: Evening Legal Briefs Nov 22, 2017, 07:45 Beamer
 
LittleMe wrote on Nov 22, 2017, 03:41:
NN is corporate propaganda. You are useful idiots. Regulations often inflate prices and protect markets to exploit you the consumer. Look at what the FDA has done with drug prices for example. They want to do the same thing to you with Title II. I'm not saying an ISP like Comcast is good but I don't think Title II or strong handed socialist regulation was the answer.

An open market and competition is the much more powerful answer to be sure the Internet is free and open. You the consumer need to have the power, not the feds and not the incompetent FCC.

Now direct your anger at your local government to open up more competition to give you more choices. That would be constructive.


Says the guy who thinks Flat Earthers have interesting things to say and deserve our attention.

Again, do you realize EVERYTHING you believe is a conspiracy theory with no facts behind it? EVERYTHING. EVERY SINGLE THING.
 
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http://www.hydrahead.com
http://www.painkillerrecords.com
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5. Re: Evening Legal Briefs Nov 22, 2017, 04:10 clint
 
There is always big propaganda on both sides and usually the answer is somewhere in between. The big tip is to follow who really wants the change and how much has been spent (money and time to get it). The people who are pushing the changes are not in this for consumers and the greater good.

LittleMe wrote on Nov 22, 2017, 03:41:
NN is corporate propaganda. You are useful idiots. Regulations often inflate prices and protect markets to exploit you the consumer. Look at what the FDA has done with drug prices for example. They want to do the same thing to you with Title II. I'm not saying an ISP like Comcast is good but I don't think Title II or strong handed socialist regulation was the answer.

An open market and competition is the much more powerful answer to be sure the Internet is free and open. You the consumer need to have the power, not the feds and not the incompetent FCC.

Now direct your anger at your local government to open up more competition to give you more choices. That would be constructive.

 
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4. Re: Evening Legal Briefs Nov 22, 2017, 03:41 LittleMe
 
NN is corporate propaganda. You are useful idiots. Regulations often inflate prices and protect markets to exploit you the consumer. Look at what the FDA has done with drug prices for example. They want to do the same thing to you with Title II. I'm not saying an ISP like Comcast is good but I don't think Title II or strong handed socialist regulation was the answer.

An open market and competition is the much more powerful answer to be sure the Internet is free and open. You the consumer need to have the power, not the feds and not the incompetent FCC.

Now direct your anger at your local government to open up more competition to give you more choices. That would be constructive.

 
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3. Re: Evening Legal Briefs Nov 21, 2017, 20:10 Cutter
 
Thanks so much for this GOP voters. You've not only fucked your own country in the ass sans lube but the rest of the world in the process. Yeah, and this is the sort of shit that makes people hate America.

"Pai's staff said that states and other localities do not have jurisdiction over broadband because it is an interstate service and that it would subvert federal policy for states and localities to impose their own rules."

How in the hell do they figure broadband is interstate? You can build a broadband service in a single state. In a single town. In a single location for that matter. If data moves beyond said state than doesn't mean the service is interstate, the data is. Where are all the right-wing "states rights" assholes now?
 
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2. Re: Morning Tech Bits Nov 21, 2017, 18:57 RedEye9
 
Mordecai Walfish wrote on Nov 21, 2017, 18:44:
https://www.battleforthenet.com/

Let your state representatives know that this is an important issue to their voters. It ain't over yet.

Here is how this really gets fixed. VOTE DEMOCRAT. So simple.
And don't forget to sign up https://www.needtoimpeach.com/

And if you see Pai out and about, be sure to punch him in the face.
 
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Nullity's Law
There's an easy and fool-proof way to tell if anything related conservative/right-wing/Republican politics is true or not. If anyone calls it "fake news", you can be sure it's the solid truth.
https://www.newyorker.com/humor/borowitz-report
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1. Re: Morning Tech Bits Nov 21, 2017, 18:44 Mordecai Walfish
 
https://www.battleforthenet.com/

Let your state representatives know that this is an important issue to their voters. It ain't over yet.
 
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