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So what do you think will happen when ISPs become more answerable to the government and/or the FCC and less answerable to us (their customers)?

What do you think will happen when they no longer have to answer to us (their customers)?
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Originally Posted by Bluescreen_Of_Death View Post

The Government regulates the public roads you drive on.
The Government regulates your public education.
The Government regulates what drugs can be sold on the market.
The Government regulates food standards.
1. The city I live in regulates this and they don't have a track record of politically biased usage policies.

2. How's that Dept of Edu. working for you?

3. Like PhenFen?

4. Yet still there are salmonella, ecoli outbreaks every few months.

and all of this for only 4 trillion a year.
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I don't want the government or ISP to mess with the internet. ISP and government should stay out of the internet. Comcast and other ISPs shouldn't censor. ICE and Homeland Security shouldn't censor either.
Edited by Riou - 4/8/11 at 5:02pm
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This is awesome
It is, and thankful I've not had to call them or lodge a complaint. I just churned ISP's.
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This is a good thing. Now when robots take over the internet, ISP can just throttle them.
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So what do you think will happen when ISPs become more answerable to the government and/or the FCC and less answerable to us (their customers)?

What do you think will happen when they no longer have to answer to us (their customers)?
It's a lot easier to amass people against the government than at individual companies. =P

I'll take the internet as it is, just like how Microsoft is now forced to pester you to with a choice on what web browser you'd want to use upon first installation.
post #87 of 89
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It's a lot easier to amass people against the government than at individual companies. =P

I'll take the internet as it is, just like how Microsoft is now forced to allow you choose a web browser upon first installation.
Exactly. If we let the government or the FCC regulate the internet, then it'll soon be regulated in the same way they regulate radio and TV.

Where do you have more freedom? The radio? TV? Or the internet?
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post #88 of 89
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Exactly. If we let the government or the FCC regulate the internet, then it'll soon be regulated in the same way they regulate radio and TV.

Where do you have more freedom? The radio? TV? Or the internet?
Except TV and Radio are both one way streets.

Internet is two-way. =P
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Chunky lock this thread nao.
Yeah, I don't need to be told that... Just file a report and I'll get to it. Second thing I do after I get online (right after checking my inbox) is check reports, so I'll see it.

Anyway, net neutrality discussion is fine, but not when political news is what has to start it. Closed. Some good points were made over the course of the thread so they can be discussed elsewhere.
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