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  1. The FCC just voted to dismantle Net Neutrality

    Most Republican's have already been bought out by the ISP companies, sure some states can do it but good luck getting a predominately red state to enact new laws
  2. The FCC just voted to dismantle Net Neutrality

    Still doesn't change the fact that some customers are locked in... What is protecting them? Nothing now.
  3. The FCC just voted to dismantle Net Neutrality

    I don't know if you know, but in certain areas in the US some towns only have a choice of one provider...
  4. The FCC just voted to dismantle Net Neutrality

    Yeah of course, we pay for internet access, that's a given. But what doesn't make sense, is the ISP's making us pay more to access content that we already can today. Money is the only motivation for them, we can't give away our online freedom to benefit their corporations
  5. The FCC just voted to dismantle Net Neutrality

    They shouldn't be able to determine this. The more power you give to the ISP's the less 'free' the internet becomes. All sites should be equal, that's the basic principal of the internet and why it was created
  6. The FCC just voted to dismantle Net Neutrality

    Small (small businesses, start ups) websites should not have to essentially bribe an ISP just to get them faster speeds for users. It's not fair.
  7. The FCC just voted to dismantle Net Neutrality

    There is genuinely no way to know this. So you think it's fair to get different speeds on different sites depending on whether or not you pay for special access to that site?? That's fucking crazy.
  8. The FCC just voted to dismantle Net Neutrality

    This isn't really the issue, what your saying is totally backwards to what it actually is. Wouldn't you rather all sites be equal in terms of access than paying for a specific 'plan' that blocks sites not included? This will really hurt local/national/upcoming small businesses if the ISP's do setup their pricing like that. It's not fair and never will be fair if the ISP's throttle, block and limit connections to certain places of the Internet.
  9. Net Neutrality Repeal explained.

    BitTorrent probably isn't the best example but ok
  10. The FCC just voted to dismantle Net Neutrality

    So why did they need to change this if nothing will change? ISP's paid out various senators to not talk about this issue and let it pass
  11. The FCC just voted to dismantle Net Neutrality

    Other way around sweetie, the Republicans did this
  12. Adam's Top 10 Albums Of 2017

    Proceeds to put Witness on a top 10 list
  13. Carly Rae Jepsen

    We also stan the second coming of jesus christ, i hope you are well versed in the old and new testaments
  14. Let's Talk.... Gaming. [Randomosity]

    Wolfenstein is great! Not sure what system you play on but i would assume there wouldn't be any issue. Great game! Also, yeah ME2 was yanno.. lackluster
  15. Apple Is Reportedly Planning To End Digital Music Downloads By 2019

    I gotta say, i'm shocked people still buy music on iTunes.. Last time i bought a song on iTunes was probably in 2011. Streaming is more convenient and the more people sign up for streaming the more revenue it will produce in the long term
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