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Anonymous 12/15/2017 (Fri) 01:14:41 Id: 9c26e7 [Preview] No. 19857
it's dead
>inb4 muh capitalism and idpol
if Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Google oppose repealing Net Netrality, then repealing Net Neutrality is good.

Anonymous 12/15/2017 (Fri) 16:13:46 Id: 720d7d [Preview] No.19860 del
All the internet giants that are pro-censorship are against repealing NN. All of them worked hand in hand with the NSA too.
Why would they want the government to have more control over the internet?

Anonymous 12/15/2017 (Fri) 16:44:15 Id: d6f20e [Preview] No.19861 del
I forgot where my copypasta for this was so I'll have to break this all down once again:

It all started with the major ISPs losing major profits from the growing number of "cable cutters", due to cheaper streaming services (content providers)...

So what the ISPs wanted to do is to charge consumers extra for streaming and downloading, in order to make up for the profits they lost. In doing so, the ISPs can't have an FCC Title II regulation (which is basically net neutrality).

On the other hand, content providers (such as Netflix, Google, Facebook, etc) don't want the ISPs charging more for content, because consumers would ration how much they use those services. Consumers might decide certain content or content services are no longer worth going to (literally speaking).

So we have dickhead normfags who don't seem to care about the repercussions (which will be higher prices to stream or download content). While if you like to use the internet freely as you please, you should be concerned because in the near future your bills could steadily increase (enormously in fact). The ISPs could then say "well if you don't want to pay $250 per month, we can set a package with 12 major normfag sites for $15 per month" (and you could only access those sites!)

Get it?

Anonymous 12/15/2017 (Fri) 16:50:09 Id: d6f20e [Preview] No.19862 del
Over time, ISPs intend to turn the internet into a cable-like TV service.

And if you don't want to pick and choose option plans, you might be able to access the whole internet (at enormous cost!)

So basically this: NEVER "upgrade" your current internet contract. If you have an older contract, keep it! You might not be able to afford a future one.

Anonymous 12/15/2017 (Fri) 16:53:41 Id: d6f20e [Preview] No.19863 del
Oh, and lets not forget this, the same website "Infowars" that railed against Net Neutrality (because of Obama supporting it which I admit is fishy)... they are now flipping and crying about the possibility of blowback, and how ISPs could effect access to alternative media!


Well.... yah.

Anonymous 12/15/2017 (Fri) 18:14:16 Id: fc5b52 [Preview] No.19864 del
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Your short game is weak son. See


The long game has always been censoring into ching chong style internet where free speech doesn't exist, only their version of the story and nothing else. They're still salty how a bunch of shit posters on the internet influenced the country to vote for Trump and vowed to never let it happen again. This was never a financial debate, it was ones about basic human rights and the ones trying to spin it into the former and only the former are the biggest shills of all.

>But muh hurting the kike merchants
>But muh deepweb alternatives
>But muh hitting ISPs where it hurts

Shove it. We all see right through it. Want to see where the lack of Net Neutrality leads you? It's Google. They're the only ones who have the money to outlast the others. And you know what they'll do once they're the only option? This.


Now imagine that on a far grander scale. That's the nightmare you're looking at.

Anonymous 12/16/2017 (Sat) 07:01:40 Id: 55bc62 [Preview] No.19865 del

Anonymous 12/16/2017 (Sat) 15:33:06 Id: d19962 [Preview] No.19866 del

Just to be clear, I don't think we'll be seeing them completely turn the internet into a total TV-style service all at once. This is a broad and incremental goal, they'll slowly roll it out through new ISP contracts in the years to come. First I think we'll see prices jacked up, next we'll likely see them wanting to charge users per download/upload.

Later, when many average joe sixpack can no longer afford those bills, they'll start to roll out 'web service packages' (for example: get Facebook, Google, Netflix, Hulu, NFL/sports streaming, Twitter, Instagram, AOL and Yahoo for just $19.95 per month!) In other words, like paying access for "channels"...

No pastebins, image boards, P2P, BT, blockchain, alternative media will be included in those packages. They'll allow those services to just die out over time. The newer generations won't even know what hit them. The old timers will be screwed and likely cut internet service altogether... and at that point, you'll be going back to drinking, using drugs, playing poker, shooting craps, playing board games or older retro video games hooked up to your TV, reading books, DIY projects / other hobbies, listening to your backup music collection and watching blu-rays, DVDs, VHS or Beta tapes (if you still have those).

Internet for the old timers will fade away, as the old generations reject Internet 2.0 and die away... then the New World Order takes over the brainwashed and subjugated hive minds.

I'm only glad I was able to experience the real internet and God damn it I am backing up everything I can! TV shows, movies, music, porno, memes, operating systems / software, retro games (roms and emulators), etc. I am backing up everything I can right now and storing it all offline for end times sake. I recommend everyone else do that too.

Anonymous 12/16/2017 (Sat) 17:20:58 Id: 1cba6d [Preview] No.19867 del

Anonymous 12/16/2017 (Sat) 19:35:59 Id: 55bc62 [Preview] No.19868 del
They should forbid ISPs from buying media companies. There should be a trust-busting operation.

Anonymous 12/16/2017 (Sat) 22:52:08 Id: fc5b52 [Preview] No.19869 del
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And the snake once again comes back to eat its own tail. These people should not be exposing them as 'traitors' but what the Alt Right truly is. They're all like this, especially the ones from youtube.

>next we'll likely see them wanting to charge users per download/upload.

This one I can't see them pulling off subtly. Everyone and their grandma downloads. A LOT. You download everything from music to loaidng Youtube, Netflix videos. They'll never sneak that past people.

>Internet for the old timers will fade away, as the old generations reject Internet 2.0 and die away... then the New World Order takes over the brainwashed and subjugated hive minds.

That's why you have to put up with the little shits and stop just calling them little shits and show them what's up and let them know it's for their best interest. You can't brainwash the kids if you see what their interests are and show them the truth in a way that benefits them and is appealing to their interests.

Anonymous 12/17/2017 (Sun) 00:15:38 Id: 96aa3a [Preview] No.19870 del
Dat kraut and tea drama

Anonymous 12/17/2017 (Sun) 02:35:37 Id: 1cba6d [Preview] No.19871 del
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I wonder if he leaked it like he did with popepaolo, alot of gg lite are in that discord

Anonymous 12/17/2017 (Sun) 13:37:47 Id: 3acff0 [Preview] No.19875 del
>I don't actually know anything about the facts relating to race and IQ, but I'm still gonna say the Alt-Right is wrong because they hurt my fee fees.

What a fucking retard.

Anonymous 12/17/2017 (Sun) 13:47:14 Id: e07910 [Preview] No.19878 del
This deserves its own thread

Anonymous 12/17/2017 (Sun) 13:52:44 Id: 3acff0 [Preview] No.19880 del
Agreed - can someone get off their ass and make one?

Anonymous 12/17/2017 (Sun) 15:17:22 Id: 9c26e7 [Preview] No.19884 del
I assume that could very well be true, and even if it is, I think it is a net positive for us
1) The internet and the culture we created will never go away
2) The leftover gatekeepers reminiscent of ancient media (tv/radio/newsppaer) get utterly eviscerated
Yeah, we won't have as much flippant time wasting, but our essential message will remain, and the libshit internet kings Facebook, Youtube, Google, Twitter, get double kiked in the process.

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