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People wanting to keep these rules tell us the REAL important part, is making sure ISP's can't "Bundle" websites like channels.
You know, like how the Obama FCC made clear was already legal to do so under the current rules and in fact would allow them to make themselves exempt. But then they would have to face the FTC.
"If a broadband provider nonetheless were to choose to exercise editorial discretion—for instance, by picking a limited set of websites to carry and offering that service as a curated internet experience—it might then qualify as a First Amendment speaker. But the Order itself excludes such providers from the rules. The Order defines broadband internet access service as a “mass-market retail service”—i.e., a service that is “marketed and sold on a standardized basis”—that “provides the capability to transmit data to and receive data from all or substantially all Internet endpoints.” 2015 Open Internet Order, 30 FCC Rcd. at 5745–46 ¶ 336 & n.879. That definition, by its terms, includes only those broadband providers that hold themselves out as neutral, indiscriminate conduits. Providers that may opt to exercise editorial discretion—for instance, by offering access only to a limited segment of websites specifically catered to certain content—would not offer a standardized service that can reach “substantially all” endpoints. The rules therefore would not apply to such providers, as the FCC has
affirmed. See FCC Br. 81, 146 n.53."
The real concern is prioritization, right? Just like how under the current rules, Comcast is allowed to give priority treatment to Netflix
So yeah, lets just keep bitching about losing a system that actually allows the things we bitch about wanting to avoid.
>gets news off of fj
>tries to shill
>Gets news from multiple sources and formulates own opinion through self-research of all the laws therein.
Sorry buddy, I'm not as retarded, nor biased as you are.
I suppose we'll find out who's right or wrong. Pretty much 99% of the world, or the ex verizon lawyer and a few thousand dead people commenting anti-nn shit
I do agree that it's fucked up that dead people are commenting and I'm wondering exactly who is doing it.
It could legitimately be corruption of the FCCs part or another group that knew someone would catch it to derail everything in their favor since Democrats are known for using dead voters, thus the likely source of having all these names.
Again, no identity politics nor solid claims. just a lot of what ifs, and hows. Nobody has solid proof of what exactly is going on when it comes to the source of the comments.
Laugh all you like, just looking at all the avenues, mate.
"Look! They really were doing the things before Net Neutrality, that afterwards they were still allowed to do! Now, they've gone from being allowed to do it, to being allowed to do it, back to being allowed to do it! This disproves your entire thesis!"
C'mon, guy. Just take it on the chin and admit that at least now the FTC can try and address it.
You're telling me you think all the repeal does is transfer oversight of isp operations from fcc to ftc?
Yes, it does. I believe I also read that the FCC is going to work with the FTC on oversight of the net.
Also repealed Title II classification of Internet services whilst keeping all the privacy, anti-throttling, ect. laws.
Heres the other two posts to go along with the ones you posted
- holy ****
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