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Re: Thought of the day.

Post by Neocon » Wed Nov 14, 2018 9:15 pm

While so many Americans complain about the "death" of "net neutrality" in the US, the EU is actually killing internet freedom with regulation.

Thought for the day:
You don't increase freedom with government regulation. That's not how any of this works.

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Re: Thought of the day.

Post by Welshy » Wed Nov 14, 2018 10:28 pm

They are two completely different things. Whilst the meme killing copyright law is true it has nothing to do with net neutrality. Not having net neutrality actually kills large numbers of jobs but only allowing the biggest companies to succeed through zero rating and charging companies to be accessible through their service

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Re: Thought of the day.

Post by Neocon » Thu Nov 15, 2018 1:09 am

"Net Neutrality" in the United States was designed to "regulate" the big telecom companies, but in exchange, it basically made sure the big telecom companies had no competition at all, and all they had to do was file some forms and pay some fees and they could do everything the "Net Neutrality" crowd feared. "Net Neutrality" policies in the US government had nothing to do with the neutrality of the internet. I 100% support neutrality of the internet, I am 100% opposed to "Net Neutrality".

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