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So, big companies already have a virtual monopoly over a large chunk of the US population's internet connection, and now the FCC wants to remove regulation that stops them from further screwing their customers over under the guise of 'restoring freedom'?

 

Yeah, sounds about right.

 

This is what happens when you let an industry effectively regulate itself. You either have to have competition, or regulation, or both.

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I believe in the freedom that our nation gives when it comes to personal growth and independence...

But at the end of the day greed will all ways win. We need freedom, but we need to keep things in check. From my understanding ISPs, data providers, and telecommunication networks have all ready been given large amounts of money to have infrastructure for the nation, price gouge customers via monopolies, and enforce unfair clauses just to make even more profit than they get. The amount of money these big companies make is absurd, and yet they want more.

yes there should be freedom, but when greed dominates, it's time to get those involved under control. I imagine people are going to take this the wrong way and try to make a Hitler joke in there somewhere, but I'm tired of seeing so many people around me struggle while those that can add a 7 digit figure to their bank a month (or even weekly) find a way to increase that without assisting and sometimes hurting those on the bottom...
ISPs are one of them.
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Originally Posted by prjindigo View Post

So people who carry on about Net Neutrality tend to be ignorant of the actual current companies and events of the internet itself.

But not everyone. For myself, I am quite familiar with the technology involved in telecom networks, and what these companies are allegedly charging us for.

But you don't need to be a network engineer in order to get upset at the idea that a company that both owns an ISP and also a content creator might want to favor their own content on their own ISP over the content of competitors, and that they should be prevented from doing that.

The entire purpose of repealing net neutrality regulation is to make that easier. Period. That's it. You can make all the lengthy posts you want, but nothing changes the basic fact that Ajit Pai is lying when he says he's going to restore internet freedom.
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I feel like this has really been a big setup from the very beginning and everyone of the "common users" has fallen into it.
Fast lanes and all that were never once an issue at all and no one was contemplating them or making plasn to implement. Then all of a sudden it starts going around like wildfire through forums and on the internet in general about how this issue exists and we must create legislation to stop it. All the while it is just really introducing the thought of this concept into the culture so that when the legislation gets repealed or fails in the first place corporations already have the idea out there and can move into it right away. So ya, it just feels like it was a whole setup to get everyone used to the idea for a year before they actually make a push to having it.
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Some of what happened before title 2 classification stopped it. Some of this has already started to make a comeback before the repeal.

https://www.freepress.net/blog/2017/04/25/net-neutrality-violations-brief-history

some more info

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Net_neutrality_in_the_United_States

@prjindigo if you think people that want to save net neutrality are somehow ignorant to what is going on, you obviously have not been keeping up over the last couple decades. The reclassification was a direct result of ISP and telecom companies doing what we know they will do again. This is one of those times where the battle was already fought and won. It was supposed to be over.

The extra crappy part, if you read the article in the OP, there is an ATT case in the works right now. If ATT wins that case the FTC regulations that the FCC claims would keep things under control (did not before BTW) will no longer have jurisdiction over ISP companies. Meaning absolutely zero limits and accountability. The wet dream of ever ISP board member.

Those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it.
 
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Oh......

I will be fine watching the World burn from my cabin in the woods. As much as I still use/depend on the Internet since getting out of the industry, a couple of years back, I have still taken steps to make it to where I could do without it.

Having sat in rooms with Senators, CEOs of major industry, Governors, and Mayors, watching them literally not bat an eye at the idea of parceling out infrastructure, I already know where this is going. The same insanity that was had with the "Public Air Waves", selling spectrum to the highest bidders, completely locking out entire markets covering hundreds of thousands of people, due to who "owns" the spectrum.....

The whole comparison you see of the Internet looking like your average cable company channel lineup, with all the packages, is actually a best case scenario with what these people want to do. There is literal notion of physically separating nation infrastructure and putting "Toll lines" between them to connect them.

"Sorry, Jim, I can't play with you on that game because I don't have SpectraNet like you, I have BoogerNet instead!"

Quote:
Originally Posted by prjindigo View Post

I've been careful to look at all the primary net neutrality "schilling" going on on reddit and I'd say about 90% is from baby accounts. Predominantly I don't think the actual wage earners of the United States actually care since Net Neutrality has done literally nothing to control the cost of internet or improve speeds (a third party selling access over lines that Comcast refuses to upgrade is still at the same speed).

In the end the only thing Net Neutrality has done is roughly the same thing as what Bill Gates said about programs being "User Friendly"...

And........I stopped reading.

You haven't been in this, have you? Don't worry, people like myself have fought for decades to keep those who don't know better protected.
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I feel like this has really been a big setup from the very beginning and everyone of the "common users" has fallen into it.
Fast lanes and all that were never once an issue at all and no one was contemplating them or making plasn to implement. Then all of a sudden it starts going around like wildfire through forums and on the internet in general about how this issue exists and we must create legislation to stop it. All the while it is just really introducing the thought of this concept into the culture so that when the legislation gets repealed or fails in the first place corporations already have the idea out there and can move into it right away. So ya, it just feels like it was a whole setup to get everyone used to the idea for a year before they actually make a push to having it.

So, Netflix forking over cash to Comcast before the title change never happened? All that stuff in the news for weeks around that time was never a thing? That was not even that long ago. How do people forget so easily?
 
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So, Netflix forking over cash to Comcast before the title change never happened? All that stuff in the news for weeks around that time was never a thing? That was not even that long ago. How do people forget so easily?

That and a lot more illicit activity has taken place in the industry over the years. However, it is one thing for it to happen behind closed doors versus a World where it is perfectly legal and encouraged.
    
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EDIT: From the many sources I read from both sides, I have concluded that Content providers are pegging the ISPs' network, but they don't want to pay more for what they use in terms of network pipelines and data pushing bandwidth allowed in their agreement. By throwing the consumer in as a group that will "suffer" from this, the content providers get imaged as the "good guys".

So I pay for my internet connection. I pay for and watch Netflix. Netflix has to pay my ISP for the bandwidth I already payed my ISP for? Why do i pay my ISP if not for the bandwidth to watch Netflix with?

Edit: It is not the content provider who is pegging the network, it is the consumer watching stuff that is pegging the network. The consumers should be able to use their internet connection for whatever they want and if the network is too slow to support the bandwidth required it needs to be upgraded. We are already speed throttled and pay more for more bandwidth, if the ISP cannot give me the bandwidth I payed them for it isn't Netflix's fault, I was the one who clicked the link.

And as mentioned below, Netflix already payed their own ISP too. Fast lanes make no sense unless you are a content provider who also owns an ISP and wants a competitive advantage over Netflix, YouTube, etc.
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