Originally Posted by AdmiralThrawn
Don't think we can. Unlike Canada, this is not a government-enforced change. This is entirely up to the company.
I'm sure that Americans could somehow successfully argue that implementing caps restricts your access to information and by extension your freedom of speech.
Originally Posted by takealready
About Canada: Canada is close to the size of California (37 million +) America as a whole is 308 million+ (source
). American's don't protest as passionately as other countries (so my Caribbean parents tell me all the time), that is why so many corporations can do what they want. Then when a protest does work, the corporations just lobby congress to give them what they want. The sad truth is in this country the corporations have more power the then government that is "suppose" to regulate them. "The New America" is a nation controlled by corporations, not by congressmen/ congress women.
I'm not sure when people started measuring a country's size by its population.
"Hey dude, China is 1 billion people big!"
Comparing the size of the population is not the same as comparing the size of the country.
And its the people's fault that the government can't regulate anything. People are more afraid of the government than of corporations, although they should be more afraid of the latter.