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Federal Court Strikes Down Net Neutrality Rules, Sides with Big Telecom

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posted on Jan, 14 2014 @ 11:39 PM
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I do not want to be in a situation where my internet access has become worthless and I have some kind of lame set of "Channels" to click on. I'm picturing something like the new Windows 8 start menu, with choices like "YouTube" "Myspace" "Twitter" "Facebook" "Gmail" "MSNBC" "FOX NEWS"

I guess I will just have to keep up with alternative internet methods.

I've tried out IRC in the past as well as TOR - it is really interesting how there are different internets out there besides the ones you can access through your web browser, like Google Chrome. IRC, for example, has chat rooms and even bots offering services like anime downloads and the like.

I'm sure that there will always be a way to access real websites that haven't had their quality reduced for mass consumption, it just might take staying ahead of the curve.

What I don't understand is how come companies think they don't have to be held accountable to their customers or their employees, either, for that matter. I'm sure that corporations will try to get away with as much as they can.




posted on May, 30 2016 @ 03:36 PM
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If they do let them take over.
the hackers will give them hell.

All of you need to learn to hack.
and do denial of service with out geting found.



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