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FCC Passes New Net Neutrality Regulations - Will it Affect the IOPList?
#11
Just love the Comcast popster!
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#12
(12-16-2017, 06:27 PM)Popster Wrote: The FCC WAS in support of neutrality under Obama...the recent changes do not support neutrality.

Although it seems to be about money....the real world problems will be about "favoritism".  
Some sites easily seen now may be much more difficult in the future.  This will have serious political, educational and freedom of speech ramifications.

THIS IS DEFINITELY NOT GOOD....all of the biggies (Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, Amazon, News organizations and on and on) support neutrality.

Imagine Comcast deciding what we can easily access or NOT.

Goodness right.

I abhor any big brother breathing down my neck dictating what I can do and participate in.

Complete and utter BS. Guess it is just a wait and see game. And hope for the best.
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#13
Thanks for the article Raven, for the longest time I had no clue whatsoever what Net Neutrality was. Always good to be in the know, especially on things such as this
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#14
(01-07-2018, 11:21 PM)coffeedude22 Wrote: Thanks for the article Raven, for the longest time I had no clue whatsoever what Net Neutrality was.  Always good to be in the know, especially on things such as this

You got that right coffeedude. It's complicated and posts from Popster have helped me to understand what it may mean for us all in the future, although I still have questions.

Welcome to the IOPList My Friend

Blackbird
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#15
I am somewhat lurking in on this and wanted to thank you guys also for giving me a clearer picture for net neutrality,Truthfully I'm a bit fearfully of any regulatory things being imposed by our lovely govt.
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