posted on Dec, 21 2010 @ 08:20 AM
reply to post by Jademonkey2k
"simply just use those"
you really think its going to be that "simple"?
your in for quite a rude awakening then.
your basing this assumption on the premise that it will function the same as the old internet. in order to control the infrastructure between your
computer and the server, there will be very specific fundamental changes to what we know as IP traffic.
this is no easy task, it will require a massive shutdown (per executive order).
but rest assured, when its back, access will be limited to the few who comply. the initial requirements will probably consist of paying a fee, setting
up new router which will most likely be provided by the ISP and have some type of identification access issued by the FCC (probably a login, ID#, or
maybe even swipe card). this card/number/login will act as your "license".
this is the same way the FCC took over amature radio.
without a license you wont have access to the public network.
any remaining networks that do not comply with the change to the new protocols will be considered private networks only, and may even have their own
rules. they will use every fiber of their being to phase out these private networks, or simply make it impossible for them to grow.
which makes me think they will also have some new advancing piece of technology to be coupled with the new internet, only to lure everybody in, while
they phase out the less controllable tech.
any connection to anything outside of the US, will be made impossible through conventional infrastructure. which is why it requires a shutdown.