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The net neutrality cucks are going to try and get congress to repeal pajeets ruling Anonymous 12/17/2017 (Sun) 02:49:56 Id: 40ad9b [Preview] No. 19872
On Thursday, millions of Americans watched as the FCC voted 3-2 to repeal net neutrality rules.

Many may think that this is it for the free and open Internet but that’s simply not the case.

Minutes after the FCC’s deeply flawed vote, Senator Ed Markey (D-MA) filed a resolution that will overturn the FCC’s decision (and Representative Mike Doyle (D-PA) plans to introduce the resolution in the House). [1]

Can you take action now and demand that your lawmakers’ support the resolution to overturn the FCC’s vote and save net neutrality?

This play is possible because of the Congressional Review Act, which allows Congress to overrule a federal agency, like the FCC.


Now, the fight turns directly to Congress where we’ll need a simple majority in the Senate (51 votes) and House (218 votes) to nullify yesterday's FCC vote.

Passing this resolution in Congress will take a lot of work, but more people are paying attention to this issue than ever before—and Senator Markey’s resolution *already* has 19 co-sponsors!


[1] The office of Senator Ed Markey: https://www.markey.senate.gov/news/press-releases/senator-markey-leads-resolution-to-restore-fccs-net-neutrality-rules

[2] The Hill: http://thehill.com/policy/technology/364528-poll-83-percent-of-voters-support-keeping-fccs-net-neutrality-rules

[3] Ars Technica: https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2017/12/state-attorneys-general-line-up-to-sue-fcc-over-net-neutrality-repeal/

They used the fcc in the past to pass net neutrality now this time around they want to use congress to nullify the ruling


Anonymous 12/17/2017 (Sun) 03:21:36 Id: eb2f6c [Preview] No.19873 del
>not knowing that Net Neutrality stopped corporations from fucking over the internet since 1996


Anonymous 12/17/2017 (Sun) 05:43:46 Id: d178b7 [Preview] No.19874 del
>>19872

>>Markey

Malarky


Anonymous 12/17/2017 (Sun) 13:51:21 Id: eebbcd [Preview] No.19879 del
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>>19873
>not knowing that the provisions they rolled back were only in effect since 2015
The FTC has regulations protecting the internet.
https://youtube.com/watch?v=-Fyiv1LvR-A [Embed]

Quit falling for the corporate propaganda.


Anonymous 12/17/2017 (Sun) 16:29:56 Id: 0186ec [Preview] No.19888 del
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>>19879
>Implying they won't just repeal that

Net Neutrality is the beginning of the slippery slope.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=oInAlTKlw64 [Embed]

People who don't know their history and lack all foresight are the ones agreeing to repeal net neutrality. You fuckers really have no idea what you're cheering for.


Anonymous 12/17/2017 (Sun) 17:39:26 Id: 97c5f6 [Preview] No.19891 del
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Just gunna leave this here...


Anonymous 12/17/2017 (Sun) 17:42:25 Id: 97c5f6 [Preview] No.19892 del
>>19879
>not knowing the FTC is even more incompetent at regulating things than the FCC is.


Anonymous 12/17/2017 (Sun) 18:01:40 Id: 1e394d [Preview] No.19893 del
I just posted my conclusion in /tech/, everyones talking about this (and rightfully so)...

"From what I understand the whole thing started with a growing number of "cable cutters" (that is younger generations ditching expensive cable TV and flocking to cheaper online streaming services)... because of this the major ISPs were losing billions of dollars over the last decade. So, the ISPs decided they will charge much more for downloading and streaming to make back the profits they were losing from the cable cutting generations. Net Neutrality (as a Title II regulation) would have prevented the ISPs from doing this - treating traffic unfairly.

Now that Net Neutrality is repealed, the ISPs can go along with their schemes to charge separately per stream/download to make back profits they lose from all the TV service cancellations.

Right?"


Anonymous 12/17/2017 (Sun) 18:30:46 Id: 3a7ac0 [Preview] No.19894 del


Anonymous 12/17/2017 (Sun) 18:35:08 Id: 3a7ac0 [Preview] No.19895 del
>>19894
>>19888
My post got butchered,

This video is much superior and really well researched.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=nqJDW_s93rc [Embed]

>>19879
>being so retarded and new to the internet he doesn't remember when AT&T blocked 4chan, and how comcast throttled p2p networks for years
>being so retarded and new to the internet he thinks the FTC isn't a heap of smouldering shit

KILL YOURSELF


Anonymous 12/17/2017 (Sun) 18:46:44 Id: 3a7ac0 [Preview] No.19896 del
>>19895
Before you click the video, I must warn any of you, it's full of fucking Plebbitor humor. So yeah, I apologize for not pointing that out much earlier.


Anonymous 12/17/2017 (Sun) 19:07:25 Id: 3a7ac0 [Preview] No.19897 del
>>19895
>>19896
>>19894
Here's a webm for those who don't want to give shekels to the Redditor.



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