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now is it fancy talk for them screwing us or is this actually really good news? tired so i cant be bothered to read right now
If it's referring to Net Neutrality then it's fancy talk for bend over and take it.
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Actually most people could care less and probably dont even know what net neutrality is. As long as their email and face book works they are happy.
This statement is aimed at the clueless consumers, despite that being true, there are still many thousands of people who are not internet illiterate and considering many companies use you tube as well, along with many other large file hosting sites, it's obvious these ISPs are only interested in getting something for nothing...

I provide internet to you for $X / Month, but if you go to this website I'll have to charge you $X more, WTH? That's just criminal...

It's indicative to a baker saying, the cake is $10, but if you want to eat it, that will be $5 more, and if you want to eat it with friends, well that will be $10 more. WTH?

These ISPs need to be regulated from LINE TAPPING & MONITORING TRAFFIC, to me that's invasion of privacy. Who gave them the rights to spy on their clients? Just because they sell sugar doesn't mean they should have a camera on you while you eat it... WTH?

If the ISPs get stOOpid the masses will fight back, some other company will rise to answer this growing problem and the rest will fall like dominos! If all the masses go to an unmonitored ISP with unlimited use, how will Time Warner & AT&T stand? Even Clear, which is wireless internet, could beat both of those giants if they didn't monitor traffic.

The only thing these ISPs will accomplish by all of this is going out of business, some other company will rise to take their customers in droves.

Well, that's my 2 cents anyway.
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post #33 of 95
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I hate what the world today has become. It has gone from who can get the most customers by having the best services, to who can earn the most money by screwing their customers over the most.

All everyone cares about is money. Sure, money does make the world go round, but why does it have to be the only thing anyone cares about?
People make the world go round, not money, and in the business world, those people are called customers. If you have no customers, you will have no business, screw enough of them and you will ruin your reputation, something that is worth more than money. Because the internet is a huge place where we share a lot of information, don't think customers will take this laying down without fighting...

I'll fight this 100%, in fact, which ever ISP chooses NOT to go down this road will be the one who ends up the real winner, period.

Corporations are filled with careless people, those who don't know the first thing about business & responsibility, nor how important every customer is. Unfortunately for us, it's the shareholders who are screaming for more money, not so much those running the corporations, therefore managers are often highly stressed to produce more profitable results to keep stocks high, and this is essentially what us customers feel, the pinch or squeeze, per say. When a company goes public it's only a matter of time before it goes down.
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If these rules hold up, the FCC paved the way for mobile internet providers to shape the internet into proprietary and biased access to the world wide web. I don't see how anyone could be ok with this. What I don't get, is that if Comcast has proven the FCC can't enforce the rules the propose in past court cases, then wouldn't we be able to take an ISP to court and argue the FCC's rules mean nothing?
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I don't see how anyone could be ok with this.
How to put this without crossing the "no politics" line...

There is a certain group of citizens whose stated ideology is that regulating business in pretty much any way is "bad"...that left to itself, a free market ultimately, eventually provide the strongest benefit to the economy and citizen consumers. That is the argument put forth by the opponents of net neutrality, that regulation of the internet will stifle its growth to the detriment of us all.

Of course, any middle school history book illustrates how a free and unchecked laissez-faire business environment has already been tried in the US, and surprise! It was not quite a utopian world for Average Joe.

I think I pulled it off...that was civics and history, not politics, right?
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Capitalism really sucks sometimes.
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Big companies are so rich, if they weren't stupid and made so many mistakes, they wouldn't need to scam!
post #38 of 95
I'm confused here. Did the Net Neutrality pass. I read the article, but I didn't understand.
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Actually most people could care less and probably dont even know what net neutrality is. As long as their email and face book works they are happy.
They don't have to know about net neutrality to notice their monthly internet bill increase sharply. People notice when they're spending more money, and that could cause them to look for another ISP (if they can).
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It seems like recently there has been more and more news about Net Neutrality and tiered internet service. I'm hoping this nightmare will not come true..ever.
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