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Net Neutrality

Discussion in 'Tech Discussions' started by Taxi, Aug 30, 2010.

  1. Taxi

    Taxi Administrator Administrator

    Location:
    Portland, OR
  2. Iguana Man

    Iguana Man Well-Known Member Moderator

    Unfortunately for me, I have to support Century Link as they are the only provider in this development.

    And there is no way I'm going satellite for internet.
     
  3. tomdkat

    tomdkat Well-Known Member Moderator

    So, now that it appears Net Neutrality is dead, what do you think will *actually* happen?

    Peace...
     
  4. SilentBob

    SilentBob EH??? Administrator

    Supposibly it might not be dead yet. As they will be voting to possibly overturn the decision soon, or not, your government agreeing on something is a joke to watch.

    I just wonder if it would effect me as a Canadian viewing an American site
     
  5. Wirehed

    Wirehed NSFW Administrator Administrator

    Location:
    Sacramento
    Some states are voting their own version of net neutrality laws. So at least that's a good thing moving forward.
     
  6. Taxi

    Taxi Administrator Administrator

    Location:
    Portland, OR
    That's won't matter. The FCC is planning on adding language in their rule that explicitly prevents states from implementing net neutrality rules.

    The Idiot Republicans are only for state's rights when it's about an issue that they care about.
     
    Last edited: Jan 15, 2018 at 10:34 PM
  7. Wirehed

    Wirehed NSFW Administrator Administrator

    Location:
    Sacramento
    Oh yeah, I know, I just mean it's a step toward greater public awareness.
     

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