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Net Neutrality: Attorney Generals from 22 states appeal FCC's repeal

Submitted by: Amadeus @ 01:17 PM | Wednesday, January 17, 2018 | (url: https://www.youtu...)

Leonard French, your facourite copyright attorney, explains all the juicy legal details.

Basically, their argument is that the FCC is part of the administrative branch and as such doesn't get to just make new shit up, that's what Congress is for.


01-17-18 - 01:18 PM
Congress doesn't like doing its job though, that is why it has abdicated its responsibility to the executive whenever possible.
01-17-18 - 01:25 PM
You definitely want a bunch or geriatric congress fucks making these decisions
01-17-18 - 01:25 PM
of course they are appealing the repeal

"net neutrality" legislation enables increased government control over the web, and people fell for the "neutrality" ploy, en masse.

if a nuke came out that was called the "peace bomb", I bet all these morons would be proponents as well...

would a rose by any other name smell as sweet?
01-17-18 - 02:33 PM
Originally posted by Hologram  
of course they are appealing the repeal

"net neutrality" legislation enables increased government control over the web, and people fell for the "neutrality" ploy, en masse.

if a nuke came out that was called the "peace bomb", I bet all these morons would be proponents as well...

would a rose by any other name smell as sweet?


i don't know if i should be surprised or disappointed that man sized children who still watch kids cartoons keep falling for the same bad trick over and over again expecting a different result to occur

i mean first the FCC didn't give a shit about what they wanted

now they get to find out that Congress doesn't give a shit about what they want either

:lol:

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oh well
01-17-18 - 02:41 PM
I will not rest until the internet is 100% neutral, no more bandwidth packages, everyone pays the same, and only liberals get to speak.
01-17-18 - 02:43 PM
exactly fool

i will not be happy until aspiring internet bandwidth mega corp providers have the same rights to internet usage as established mega corp content providers

in google, twitter, and faceberg i trust

[img]https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DTEbG_-VAAAA0Ge.jpg[/img]

boo the naysayers back into shame i say
01-17-18 - 02:48 PM
Originally posted by Captain Tele  
exactly fool

i will not be happy until aspiring internet bandwidth mega corp providers have the same rights to internet usage as established mega corp content providers

in google, twitter, and faceberg i trust

[img]https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DTEbG_-VAAAA0Ge.jpg[/img]

boo the naysayers back into shame i say
Why would they black out her name and face

The cunt should be shamed
01-17-18 - 02:52 PM
because twatter will ban people who doxxx left wing scum for their scum tactics

where as saying "i wish white people would die".........or shia leadousche calling for nazi heads over his WWNBD flag shenanigans is openly promoted

he even passed around addresses and employer info and twitter still lets him keep his blue checkmark

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they are going to smash their skulls in court......the names are known just not passed around in bulk because they will play victim card, like absent does, if we don't treat them nicely and follow their inconsistent rules they keep changing by the hour to help one side silence the other

amazing how these people brag and flaunt their actions then act outraged when you try to quote them on it later..........what a world and what a time to be alive
01-17-18 - 02:58 PM
Melanie Woodrow on Twitter:

letting them tell their side is even more sad and pathetic

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if this is what the NN fight is over

let it all burn i say

the ashes will serve me better than where we are headed
01-17-18 - 03:03 PM
i want net neutrality sooooooooo bad

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is like saying i want transnational mega corps and quid pro quo lobbyist serving politicians to represent me over their own self interests and agenda
01-17-18 - 03:11 PM
I hate like, people who keep saying like, you know like, like every couple of words like, this makes me like super mad like.
01-17-18 - 03:45 PM
Boring actual fact: net neutrality has nothing to do with websites censoring their own content.

Carry on.
01-17-18 - 03:46 PM
Originally posted by Amadeus  
Boring actual fact: net neutrality has nothing to do with websites censoring their own content.

Carry on.


we know

it needs to be, though. especially for the huge corporations that control most internet content.
01-17-18 - 03:56 PM
Originally posted by Amadeus  
Boring actual fact: net neutrality has nothing to do with websites censoring their own content.

Carry on.


it also has nothing to do with net neutrality either

read up on the "peace bomb" analogy above

or the patriot act being about patriotism

affordable care act making healthcare more affordable

a good life tip is to stop falling for the same scam every day
01-17-18 - 04:03 PM
Originally posted by havax  
we know

it needs to be, though. especially for the huge corporations that control most internet content.

I appreciate the argument that big social media sites have a scary amount of influence over what information people are exposed to. Unfortunately, the term "net neutrality" happens to be an already established one, and it refers to a completely different issue.

Perhaps it would be more productive to come up with a new term for the issue you're talking about instead of trying to hijack an existing one?
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