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too bad the current supreme court is packed with corporate tools

My personal favorite corporate BJ is the Pliva v. Mensing decision, wherein the Supreme Court indicated that while you can sue the manufacturer of a brand name pharmaceutical drug, you cannot sue the manufacturer of a generic version of the same drug.

So if you take brand name tylenol, you can sue, if you take Rite Aid acetaminophen, you can't sue rite aid or tylenol (Johnson & Johnson).
    
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quick question, the money subscribers gives isps to connect to the internet goes to.....?

so when isps asks the people who run the companies people want to connect to for money, it goes to....?

i wanna be an isp.
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WTH.... This is a swift kick to the gonads, with steel toe boots, to EVERYONE except the big ISP's. I understand the court's *logic*, but the practical application of this logic to the real world is akin to making every singe road in the US a toll road, divided up amongst three conglomerate owners, who can choose who they allow on the roads, when, and at what price. It's completely disastrous, and I fully expect/hope big content/search players like Google and Netflix appeal this ruling all the way to SCOTUS.

The difference with your analogy is that the roads were built with public funds and are therefore owned by the people. Verizon, TW, etc had to build and pay for their own infrastructure and I can see the logic in allowing them to do with their networks whatever they please. Sucks for us however...
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The difference with your analogy is that the roads were built with public funds and are therefore owned by the people. Verizon, TW, etc had to build and pay for their own infrastructure and I can see the logic in allowing them to do with their networks whatever they please. Sucks for us however...

what about the 1996 telecommunications act.200 billion dollars of PUBLIC money for what?
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Great news! The FCC is sticking its nose where it doesn't belong
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quick question, the money subscribers gives isps to connect to the internet goes to.....?

so when isps asks the people who run the companies people want to connect to for money, it goes to....?

i wanna be an isp.

Trust me, you don't.
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Great news! The FCC is sticking its nose where it doesn't belong

headscratch.gif

While I am by even the slightest bit a fan of the FCC, there is reason to have them. Just not ran the way it has been ran, by the people that have been running it...
    
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FCC does a lot of good, especially since for a lot of practical reasons radio stations should not just broadcast at whatever frequencies they feel like, interference be damned.

Many times local ISP monopolies were granted in the exchange of helping build out the infrastructure. I couldn't understand why, if government subsidies were involved, collaboration between companies without involving acquisition couldn't be done instead.
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Two of the three judges suggested the FCC might have some room to revive its rules with certain modifications. One possibility would be to classify broadband Internet as a telecommunications service, the designation that has long applied to regular telephone service.

HINT HINT FCC!!! mad.gif
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FCC does a lot of good, especially since for a lot of practical reasons radio stations should not just broadcast at whatever frequencies they feel like, interference be damned.

Many times local ISP monopolies were granted in the exchange of helping build out the infrastructure. I couldn't understand why, if government subsidies were involved, collaboration between companies without involving acquisition couldn't be done instead.

The FCC does a terrible job enforcing frequency licenses, and the first come policy on unlicensed.

There is literally nothing stopping one broadcaster screwing over another by interfering with them, other than being civil and polite with fellow broadcasters. If someone wants to screw with another broadcaster, and starts to broadcast in their space, the road to get that handled by the FCC is extremely long.
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what about the 1996 telecommunications act.200 billion dollars of PUBLIC money for what?

they took the money and rewrote the definition of fiber to include everything above dial-up, essentially.
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