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#106 - I'm not arguiing what the document does or doesn't say. and le…  [+] (1 reply) 02/27/2015 on They Did a Thing -1
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#109 - shieldanvil (02/27/2015) [-]
Wow, your level of stupidity figuratively hurts my soul. If it is any consolation though I hope your right and that is all that is in this ruling.
#94 - you don't seem to understand, if a provider has already been c…  [+] (3 replies) 02/27/2015 on They Did a Thing -1
#96 - shieldanvil (02/27/2015) [-]
Jesus tap dancing Christ I will say it one last time! you do not know that is the only thing this document does! Nobody does, they refuse to let anyone see the document, which when a government refuses to let it's people see the rule it usually not a great sign of things to come. If that is the only thing it does great, not sure why it took 300 pages to say what you did in 1 long sentences and why they won't let anyone see it but great!
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#106 - ryapr (02/27/2015) [-]
I'm not arguiing what the document does or doesn't say. and legal jargon often takes much longer routes of wording to allow for future changes while trying to prevent loopholes. WE all fucking know that they haven't released the document yet. and we are anticipating it's release to public domain. stop being such a cynical asshat, take joy in the small victories and await the unknown. it's all we can do at this point
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#109 - shieldanvil (02/27/2015) [-]
Wow, your level of stupidity figuratively hurts my soul. If it is any consolation though I hope your right and that is all that is in this ruling.
#91 - This isn't about what has been read, it's about what net neutr…  [+] (5 replies) 02/27/2015 on They Did a Thing -1
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#93 - shieldanvil (02/27/2015) [-]
You are right, the government would never include something in a bill that did not fit exactly with the title. My mistake.
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#94 - ryapr (02/27/2015) [-]
you don't seem to understand, if a provider has already been charged by let's say Timewarner(whom they can pay more for premium speeds) it is not lawful for comcast to charge them more to deliver their website at the speed that they already paid time warner for
#96 - shieldanvil (02/27/2015) [-]
Jesus tap dancing Christ I will say it one last time! you do not know that is the only thing this document does! Nobody does, they refuse to let anyone see the document, which when a government refuses to let it's people see the rule it usually not a great sign of things to come. If that is the only thing it does great, not sure why it took 300 pages to say what you did in 1 long sentences and why they won't let anyone see it but great!
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#106 - ryapr (02/27/2015) [-]
I'm not arguiing what the document does or doesn't say. and legal jargon often takes much longer routes of wording to allow for future changes while trying to prevent loopholes. WE all fucking know that they haven't released the document yet. and we are anticipating it's release to public domain. stop being such a cynical asshat, take joy in the small victories and await the unknown. it's all we can do at this point
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#109 - shieldanvil (02/27/2015) [-]
Wow, your level of stupidity figuratively hurts my soul. If it is any consolation though I hope your right and that is all that is in this ruling.
#89 - yes users paying a premium for faster speeds is alright. provi…  [+] (7 replies) 02/27/2015 on They Did a Thing -1
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#90 - shieldanvil (02/27/2015) [-]
Where did you read that was what they said, what if I am an up loader? what if I am running a start up in my house, can I demand the same speed as Netflix? What is the same speed, how is that defined, of wait, they have not released this mysterious document. It is okay to charge receivers more for speed but not content providers? don't you see the disconnect. there is a 300 page document out there no one has seen and everyone has decided that we can take what the politicians have told us at face value, wher has everyone brain gone...
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#91 - ryapr (02/27/2015) [-]
This isn't about what has been read, it's about what net neutrality is about. big time Isp were throttling websites that competed with them. it's simple, if you are running a website It should be allowed to run at maximum capability without Comcast/Timewarner to throttle it. if you imagine it like a highway from websites to you, you pay Comcast to build the road and maintain it as wide as you choose to, they can't hire a corrupt cop to pull over youtube deliveries for "random searches"
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#93 - shieldanvil (02/27/2015) [-]
You are right, the government would never include something in a bill that did not fit exactly with the title. My mistake.
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#94 - ryapr (02/27/2015) [-]
you don't seem to understand, if a provider has already been charged by let's say Timewarner(whom they can pay more for premium speeds) it is not lawful for comcast to charge them more to deliver their website at the speed that they already paid time warner for
#96 - shieldanvil (02/27/2015) [-]
Jesus tap dancing Christ I will say it one last time! you do not know that is the only thing this document does! Nobody does, they refuse to let anyone see the document, which when a government refuses to let it's people see the rule it usually not a great sign of things to come. If that is the only thing it does great, not sure why it took 300 pages to say what you did in 1 long sentences and why they won't let anyone see it but great!
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#106 - ryapr (02/27/2015) [-]
I'm not arguiing what the document does or doesn't say. and legal jargon often takes much longer routes of wording to allow for future changes while trying to prevent loopholes. WE all fucking know that they haven't released the document yet. and we are anticipating it's release to public domain. stop being such a cynical asshat, take joy in the small victories and await the unknown. it's all we can do at this point
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#109 - shieldanvil (02/27/2015) [-]
Wow, your level of stupidity figuratively hurts my soul. If it is any consolation though I hope your right and that is all that is in this ruling.