A small win, for now.
Senate Democrats have been pushing for a vote to try to restore net neutrality rules. It’s finally arrived.
Wow, a government that regulates industry instead of being run by it. Imagine that!
Regulators are protecting net neutrality after Telekom—which owns T-Mobile—began prioritizing content.
“Not only do people get the benefit of nondiscriminatory access [with municipal broadband], they typically pay less, they have better access, and if something does go wrong, they get much better customer service.”
Seattle’s socialist council member responded to the net neutrality vote by saying cities should just build their own broadband networks. Some already have.
These people are vile
The Harlem Shake internet meme is more than four years old and involves dancing stupidly when the beat drops during an electronic dance song. Pizzagate is a more recent conspiracy theory alleging that Democratic-aligned elites ran a pedophilia ring out of the basement of a Washington, D.C. pizzeria….
Corporate prostitutes strike again. The internet is a public good, it’s time to make it a non profit entity in te hands of the public! #nationalize the internet!
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has voted to repeal its landmark net neutrality protections, capping off a months-long campaign by the agency’s Republicans to deregulate the broadband industry.
We already overpay for internet, now they want you to pay more. It’s time to nationalize internet service providers and make them non profit entities!
Want more Netflix? You’ll pay extra for that.