Net Neutrality In The US: Now What?

Submitted by: turdburglar 2 years ago in Tech

Vihart Explains Net Neutrality.
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Female 2,691
Oh, the nostalgia. Mom used to spoonfeed me pablum, several decades ago.
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Male 755
Why have the video clips become wide and thin?
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Male 1,454
People want to be happy and free of troubles, and they should be.

People want equality, where all are equal, and all people are worthy of the benefits of our advancement. Where our governments uphold true brotherhood and true love, all throughout the world. For us all who live, and all others we meet.

Todays leaderships defy this equality; prone to corruption and greed exponentially, while employing wars and killing for work. Letting petty fancies, mockeries, and scorns grow, while foregoing excellence and wisdom learned through the ages.

It just takes us all to work in unison against rulers that oppresses us.

"We won`t tolerate this any more!".

Grow strong in numbers, then even stronger by being honourable and admirable, gentle and understanding. Without a drop of blood falling, it could usher out the current leadership mindset, and instill the new.

It`s really that simple, the information is out there. Just do it.
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Male 15,832
You can trust for-profit corporations and your local government, or you can trust Obama and the UN. The choice is pretty obvious to me.
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Male 253
ok, I just wanted to watch a video about book deliveries and now my dick is stuck in a woodchipper
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Male 37,774
Yay! Business! Yay! Books! :-)

Boo! Bad Government!
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Male 17,512
"Everyone that uses the internet should support Net Neutrality."

Yes, otherwise there will be complete anarchy, initially, that will lead to entrenched oligarchies.
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Female 4,359
we`re all f ucked. plus, the book depository has no shipping fees!
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Male 6,662
Everyone that uses the internet should support Net Neutrality.
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Male 1,497
Just like the oil an gas industry.
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Male 4,893
Link: Net Neutrality In The US: Now What? [Rate Link] - Vihart Explains Net Neutrality.
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