FCC OK’s Net Neutrality Rules

Our beloved Federal Communications Commission has approved the highly controversial net neutrality rules, albeit in slightly watered-down form from those originally proposed.

In case you need a reminder as to why this is NOT a good thing, Al Franken lays it out for you:

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  • Payrollpinky

    We’re screwed, prepare for facial recognition, retna scans and biometrics to log into the net.

  • Payrollpinky

    We’re screwed, prepare for facial recognition, retna scans and biometrics to log into the net.

  • Kaosschemata

    Be prepared to retreat to the deep depths of the intarweb underworld to access non-biased media.

  • Adaugeo

    If you can find it. Comcast has a monopoly where I live in San Diego.

  • Hamcutta

    Really? that’s all you guys got out of it? you do realize the FCC takes comments from the public, make your cases.
    here’s a link http://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/ecfs/comment_search/input;jsessionid=NRvYRnnQ8nsQM1nLxp3wsjvTFKl1QTnDjpHLyps1BQBGJpSkdv1S!-1443575460!-432752550?z=rkeiq

  • http://voxmagi-necessarywords.blogspot.com/ VoxMagi

    If by slightly watered down…you mean “now the complete opposite of what net neutrality was supposed to mean”…then yeah…thats pretty much what it looks like.

  • http://voxmagi-necessarywords.blogspot.com/ VoxMagi

    If by slightly watered down…you mean “now the complete opposite of what net neutrality was supposed to mean”…then yeah…thats pretty much what it looks like.

  • Sbrooks9

    Uhhh what? Comcast doesn’t have a monopoly in SD. I mean unless you are confusing Cox Communications with Comcast, and even they don’t have a monopoly.

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