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A slide from the Digital Quality of Life report 2020
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]OC] Check out this video about Net Neutrality that I made.
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Minecraft is on our side
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Jesus thats bad
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Welcome to Xfinity where the internet packages are made up and the speed doesn't matter
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Just doing my part
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check out that third point 👀
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We haven’t made fast lanes, so therefore we won’t in the future...
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📢 SpaceX is actively working towards launching a global, high speed, satellite internet service called StarLink, starting in North America THIS YEAR. This could mean everything for Net Neutrality - it’s about damn time the ISPs lose their near monopolies.
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Y’all so silly
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We were lied to. (See image in post for direct evidence of the negative impact repealing net neutrality has had on the consumer's mobile broadband experience)
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NET NEUTRALITY !!
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Even for Comcast this would be going too far... right?
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Ajit Pai talks Net Neutrality with Dave Rubin
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The ringtone
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Ajit Pai Unhappy With States Bucking His Net Neutrality Repeal
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It has started!
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Now this is epic
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Thanks AT&T
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Not sure if people saw this during the whole NN campaign, but I Just came across this.
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Cybersurveillance, corporations and governments - Animated Video
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Cox "Fast Lane" has arrived .
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Totally not anti-competitive...
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Google And Facebook To Build Underwater Cables Around Africa
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Cox sent out a survey to guage interest in a $14.99 fast lane for PC gamers.
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ISP's suppressing criticism.
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