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Way to go FCC..You screwed Americans in the past for licensing regulations on Broadband now you plan to give even more power to the private sector to shaft the consumer and the providers of multimedia..Lobbyist should go try to catch their reflection in a pool..wait for it..
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Their official jurisdiction? Sure.

The impact? Not so much.

Yup!

One of the biggest ways the FCC controls the rest of the world are the products themselves. A lot of manufacturers will refrain from producing products that aren't approved by the FCC for the U.S.A, because we are such a large part of their customer base. Basically if the FCC says a particular device isn't OK for use in the U.S.A a manufacturer might scrap an entire product, or at least greatly diminish the production level of it.

Behavior like this has made it difficult for other nations to obtain technology to build their own infrastructures; if it isn't being manufactured they can't get their hands on it. A great example of this is the Internet structure in South Africa, really Africa as an entire continent.

Thankfully Google had their Motorola division manufacture some products for deployment there not that long ago. To test wireless infrastructures down in the hundreds of Mhz, instead of up in the Ghz like here int he states.
    
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I am disgusted by this. We pay for the infrastructure, get milked by big ISPs and the government does everything it can to make it worse.
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They don't have a choice.

The Supreme Court ruled that ISPs could charge extra for connection fastlanes months ago.

Actually the court just said they didn't like the wording. Requested the FCC to redraft it in different terminology and appeal...Obviously the FCC took that as we lost and decided to be complete cowards by reversing their stance on the subject.
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Murica, How is this...I mean wh... I dunno this defies all logic of net neutrality, competition etc. I'd love to hear someone try to defend this and push it as if it's a great idea.
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This is just CRAP! 

 

They see their tv subs dieing so they are trying to get more revenue from the Internet paying customers.  This must their end game. :madsmiley

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post #27 of 153
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Actually the court just said they didn't like the wording. Requested the FCC to redraft it in different terminology and appeal...Obviously the FCC took that as we lost and decided to be complete cowards by reversing their stance on the subject.

Actually....

The FCC said they would look at all their options, an appeal of that decision being one of them. In short, the FCC had several roads they could have taken on this that would have continued the fight and potentially stopped this. They have decided to not fight it, and Wheeler has opted to side with this buddies in the industry.........
    
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These dudes are holding the Internet back from being developed!
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post #29 of 153
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Murica, How is this...I mean wh... I dunno this defies all logic of net neutrality, competition etc. I'd love to hear someone try to defend this and push it as if it's a great idea.

OK.

This is a good idea as it allows ISPs to set fair usage charges for heavy users, such as people who stream lots of hours of TV, play online games or pirate movies. This will allow the average law abiding person to see a reduction in bills and an improvement in service quality as the heavy users shoulder the higher costs.

The extra revenue from content providers will promote a competitive market, ensuring quality content for everyone whilst allowing ISPs to invest in and improve their infrastructure.

This will in no way negatively affect the internet. It will not allow ISPs to essentially kill selected content providers whilst promoting their own services, be they either cable or streaming. It will in no way stifle innovation by setting high entry costs for new companies and content providers. The extra money will absolutely be used to improve the infrastructure, not go to ISP board members and shareholders. The ISPs will in no way use this as any kind of excuse to increase subscription fees.

We have to trust the ISPs to act in our benefit, after all they have in the past.
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I have lost most of my faith in this government and government approved regulatory parties. Almost always doing the opposite of what they say.

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