Net neutrality is Dead.

Discussion in 'General Off-Topic' started by Pyro Shepherd, Dec 14, 2017.

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Are u Gonna pay for the internet packages?

  1. Yea

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  2. Nope

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  3. Moving away from the US of A

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    24.5%
  1. TechnicolorDalek

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    piracy > netflix my fam
     
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  2. ManfredE3

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    They are affected too
     
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  3. workclock1©

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    It seems as if every location is affected..

    I guess Mars is the second option.


    Ok, enough silly/off-topic talk.
     
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  4. ManfredE3

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    He has been giving strange ratings to many posts lately, no idea why...
     
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  5. workclock1©

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    True, but i like it how rated it informative because it's informative to know if somebody is moving.. If your a stalker..

    (Joke intended!!!!!!)
     
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  6. nosraenyr kcirtap kcin

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    That does reminds me of this video
     
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  8. Snikle

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    I voted "no" because internet packages will never be a thing, NN or no NN. Now stop whining about the upcoming apocalypse you think this will be, and saying that Capitalism must die. Capitalism/free market is why there will be no packages. If people don't want to pay for internet packages, they won't be a viable business model. A state-run ISP (Socialism) could potentially be worse because it would be controlled by the same politicians you hate now, and their successors which will be the same as they are.

    And if the internet does become unusable, at least I won't have to hear people whine online anymore.
     
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  9. nosraenyr kcirtap kcin

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    One the internet is sable? Two now I'm looking up to that.
     
  10. MegaEpicDaniel 2

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    I guess Congress is our hope now, since most of the congress people are republicans. I hope they wont pass it
     
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    The republicans were the ones that wanted to pass it in the first place.
     
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  12. Danny Werewolf

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    A friend of mine said that the Congress are creating a law that protects Net Neutrality, but the friend heard that from CNN, and I think they can sometimes be untrustworthy, so it could not be true. Either way, there is something about not abiding the people's plea, which the FCC aren't doing at all. I don't know exactly, but I believe its something like that.

    The point I'm getting to is that we are all lost, but there is a glimmer of light in the form of The Congress.
     
  13. nosraenyr kcirtap kcin

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    Out of all the videos I saw I net neutrality this is the most different out of all of them.
     
  14. llӇƳЄƝƛԼƠƦƊll

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    Not what I had in mind. (Read search bar)
     

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  16. DuneWulff

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    It was doomed from the start.
     
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  17. gigawert

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    My internet was always slow to begin with, but I have definitely noticed it taking even longer to load websites today. Sometimes it's so slow Chrome thinks my connection is gone.
     
  18. TechnicolorDalek

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    that's just a coincidence and/or placebo, nobody could possibly effect any change that massive that quickly
     
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  19. MisterKenneth

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    Have you seen what the internet is like in Portugal? They don't have any NN rules, so it's free game to do internet packages there. That's exactly where the US is headed. Not immediately, but unless Congress vetos the FCC's decision, it will eventually.

    I wouldn't blame Capitalism for it. It's more of a case of corporate greed, not really Capitalism as a whole.

    Here's something interesting I found today.
     
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  20. Snikle

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    But Portugal is part of the EU.

    And the EU has Net Neutrality rules.
     
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