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SupaDudz
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12/15/2017 12:00:10 AM
Posted: 1 month ago
Little piece of crap is going to ruin our lives with killing net neutrality. FCC killed it today which is more shlttier than actual shlt on a stick. Here we go boys another SupaDudz

Net Neutrality For Noobs

Net Neutrality is the ability for a free internet. Internet providers like Verizon, AT&T, and Comcast can not charge you or slow you down for accessing the internet. Everyone enjoys it without a cost

FCC For Noobs

"The FCC(Federal Communication Commission) regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite, and cable in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and U.S. territories. An independent U.S. government agency overseen by Congress, the Commission is the federal agency responsible for implementing and enforcing America"s communications law and regulations. "-FCC Website

They basically regulate wtf we can't or can't do

Who tf is Ajit Pai
Chairman of FCC

What does killing net neutrality mean?

It means that these companies like AT&T are able to slow down or charge you for what you watch or view on the internet without being held back. This means sites like Netflix, YouTube, Google, Facebook, etc, would be monitored by these companies on their internet. Obviously this is bull because we deserve the right to free viewing of whatever we want. I don't want to be charged for looking up sports, watching my YouTuber's and Stranger Things, and even f*pping to Lisa Ann.

Why is Ajit Pai to blame?

Oh he doesn't give two piles of shlt for companies and our freedoms, he just cares about the dough he's gonna make from this. We don't need a police to monitor our internet rights. Not only that, but he was a lawyer for a company called Verizon

Now you see where all this comes from. The big business get bigger and work us as our little slaves while us "normal" people have to suffer from our abusive relationships. He says that it gives companies for opportunities to shine. Well listen here fvck tard your wrong. Netflix, Facebook, and Youtube have all been successful without the regulations and how they were affected by this net neutrality. YouTube and Netflix made more money than ever w/out net neutrality. You're taking away our creativity and freedom and instead are putting it in the hands of our corrupt a** head internet providers.

In conclusion, this is one of the worst mistakes America has made in the modern history (2010-Present)


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12/15/2017 12:02:52 AM
Posted: 1 month ago
Don't give up hope yet. Contact your-.... oh wait

but seriously, if a big enough uproar is caused, it's possible that net neutrality will be restored
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12/15/2017 12:06:56 AM
Posted: 1 month ago
The fight is not over. There is bipartisan opposition to Ajit Pai's decision today, and Ed Markey is going to introduce a congressional bill to reverse the decision and remove the FCC's authority to change any aspect of this process.

Ironically, this is perhaps the only time that Republicans and *all* democrats will agree to limit the power of a regulatory agency. It is not without irony that Pai's complete disregard for the commenting process respecting this rule, and the Commission's utter indifference to the will of the American people, is what brought is to this point.

Now is the time to call congressmen, and let them know how you feel.

In the mean time, take solace in the fact that this decision will be swamped in litigation for the foreseeable future. Personally, I would relish the chance to shove lawsuit after lawsuit down the FCC's throat. More specifically, I would relish the chance to deprive Pai of his job and any prospect of future employment in any capacity in the public or private sector.
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12/15/2017 12:31:38 AM
Posted: 1 month ago
At 12/15/2017 12:06:56 AM, YYW wrote:
The fight is not over. There is bipartisan opposition to Ajit Pai's decision today, and Ed Markey is going to introduce a congressional bill to reverse the decision and remove the FCC's authority to change any aspect of this process.

This sounds a bit like star wars now....
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12/15/2017 1:10:31 AM
Posted: 1 month ago
At 12/15/2017 12:06:56 AM, YYW wrote:
The fight is not over. There is bipartisan opposition to Ajit Pai's decision today, and Ed Markey is going to introduce a congressional bill to reverse the decision and remove the FCC's authority to change any aspect of this process.

Ironically, this is perhaps the only time that Republicans and *all* democrats will agree to limit the power of a regulatory agency. It is not without irony that Pai's complete disregard for the commenting process respecting this rule, and the Commission's utter indifference to the will of the American people, is what brought is to this point.

Now is the time to call congressmen, and let them know how you feel.

In the mean time, take solace in the fact that this decision will be swamped in litigation for the foreseeable future. Personally, I would relish the chance to shove lawsuit after lawsuit down the FCC's throat. More specifically, I would relish the chance to deprive Pai of his job and any prospect of future employment in any capacity in the public or private sector.

What I'm worried about is that nothing will really change for a while, and people will start to forget about it, and eventually no one will lift much of a finger when this power starts being abused.
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12/15/2017 2:18:38 AM
Posted: 1 month ago
At 12/15/2017 1:10:31 AM, Vaarka wrote:
At 12/15/2017 12:06:56 AM, YYW wrote:
The fight is not over. There is bipartisan opposition to Ajit Pai's decision today, and Ed Markey is going to introduce a congressional bill to reverse the decision and remove the FCC's authority to change any aspect of this process.

Ironically, this is perhaps the only time that Republicans and *all* democrats will agree to limit the power of a regulatory agency. It is not without irony that Pai's complete disregard for the commenting process respecting this rule, and the Commission's utter indifference to the will of the American people, is what brought is to this point.

Now is the time to call congressmen, and let them know how you feel.

In the mean time, take solace in the fact that this decision will be swamped in litigation for the foreseeable future. Personally, I would relish the chance to shove lawsuit after lawsuit down the FCC's throat. More specifically, I would relish the chance to deprive Pai of his job and any prospect of future employment in any capacity in the public or private sector.

What I'm worried about is that nothing will really change for a while, and people will start to forget about it, and eventually no one will lift much of a finger when this power starts being abused.

I don't think that will happen.

Too many people know what the internet was like before this change. If companies start fuckingshit up, there are going to be antitrust lawsuits all over the place, and massive political pressure.

Really, in the long run, this might be a good thing for consumers because of the massive political backlash it will cause, it will awaken them to the fact that if they fight hard enough, they can actually advocate for their economic interests and force relevant decisionmakers to listen.

Fuckthe FCC in the mean time, though, and fuckAjit pie.
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12/15/2017 6:29:18 AM
Posted: 1 month ago
If only I could wave my magic wand and make antitrust law go away...

In any case: woo! NN was repealed! A great win today for the internet.
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12/15/2017 7:19:35 PM
Posted: 1 month ago
At 12/15/2017 12:06:56 AM, YYW wrote:
Ironically, this is perhaps the only time that Republicans and *all* democrats will agree to limit the power of a regulatory agency.

By giving the government more power to regulate. Ironic indeed.
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1/1/2018 8:18:54 PM
Posted: 3 weeks ago
At 12/15/2017 7:19:35 PM, Danielle wrote:
At 12/15/2017 12:06:56 AM, YYW wrote:
Ironically, this is perhaps the only time that Republicans and *all* democrats will agree to limit the power of a regulatory agency.

By giving the government more power to regulate. Ironic indeed.

While I'll agree with you in general this is insensitive given what happened with his niece recently. I'd rather not mention it but just be cool about it.
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1/2/2018 12:19:58 AM
Posted: 3 weeks ago
You have been visited by the friendly bureaucrat of pornography eradication. Traditional sexuality will come into your life, but only if you post "Thank you, Mr. Pai" in this thread

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1/2/2018 12:35:43 AM
Posted: 3 weeks ago
At 1/2/2018 12:19:58 AM, thett3 wrote:
You have been visited by the friendly bureaucrat of pornography eradication. Traditional sexuality will come into your life, but only if you post "Thank you, Mr. Pai" in this thread

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