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Trump’s Spicer: After internet privacy, next up is rolling back net neutrality ‘overreach’

 
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Trump’s Spicer: After internet privacy, next up is rolling back net neutrality ‘overreach’
As noted by the New York Times, Spicer said that President Trump had “pledged to reverse this overreach” created by net neutrality. He said the FCC’s net neutrality rules, passed in 2015, are an example of “bureaucrats in Washington” placing unfair restrictions on internet service providers, essentially “picking winners and losers” in the telecom market.

[link to www.fiercetelecom.com]

In comments aimed at the wider telecom market, Spicer said Trump will “continue to fight Washington red tape that stifles American innovation, job creation and economic growth.”

However, as the NYT reports, the process to repeal net neutrality likely won’t follow the same procedure as Congress’ recent vote to remove broadband privacy rules—since those rules were only a year old, Congress was able to use the Congressional Review Act to move forward with its action. The FCC’s net neutrality rules, however, are more than two years old and so can’t be reviewed by that same act.
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Re: Trump’s Spicer: After internet privacy, next up is rolling back net neutrality ‘overreach’
Repeat after me:

Killing internet privacy rules is good for us.
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Fuck off, Spicy. Sniveling little boot licker.
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Re: Trump’s Spicer: After internet privacy, next up is rolling back net neutrality ‘overreach’
Good. Anything done during the obama nightmare should be reversed.
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Re: Trump’s Spicer: After internet privacy, next up is rolling back net neutrality ‘overreach’
Good. Anything done during the obama nightmare should be reversed.
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yeah because we love the idea of our ISP which coincidentally is also our television provider to tell us in order to stream Netflix we have to subscribe to their streaming internet package for an extra $30.00 a month.

I guess ignorance is a good thing now???
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Re: Trump’s Spicer: After internet privacy, next up is rolling back net neutrality ‘overreach’
Good. Anything done during the obama nightmare should be reversed.
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yeah because we love the idea of our ISP which coincidentally is also our television provider to tell us in order to stream Netflix we have to subscribe to their streaming internet package for an extra $30.00 a month.

I guess ignorance is a good thing now???
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Did you read the actually text of the rule? No you did not. You learned everything you know about it from the media.
I guess ignorance is a good thing now???
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well how else are the rich boys gonna make money? hmmm? Their only ability to innovate = doing everything they can to screw over the public more and more. That's rich boy innovation.

And Trump's one of them.
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Re: Trump’s Spicer: After internet privacy, next up is rolling back net neutrality ‘overreach’
Good. Anything done during the obama nightmare should be reversed.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38532565


yeah because we love the idea of our ISP which coincidentally is also our television provider to tell us in order to stream Netflix we have to subscribe to their streaming internet package for an extra $30.00 a month.

I guess ignorance is a good thing now???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 60982745


Did you read the actually text of the rule? No you did not. You learned everything you know about it from the media.
I guess ignorance is a good thing now???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38532565


Maybe you could provide us with Cliff notes summary on how killing off the internet privacy rules will be a good for us?

Or compare and contrast:

Big telecoms get a windfall by selling subscribers' data.

Consumers get fuck all.
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Gross Misrepresentation. This is not how we MAGA hiding
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Didn't obama give away the internet?

Did Trump take it back?
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Re: Trump’s Spicer: After internet privacy, next up is rolling back net neutrality ‘overreach’
Good. Anything done during the obama nightmare should be reversed.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38532565


yeah because we love the idea of our ISP which coincidentally is also our television provider to tell us in order to stream Netflix we have to subscribe to their streaming internet package for an extra $30.00 a month.

I guess ignorance is a good thing now???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 60982745


Did you read the actually text of the rule? No you did not. You learned everything you know about it from the media.
I guess ignorance is a good thing now???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38532565


Maybe you could provide us with Cliff notes summary on how killing off the internet privacy rules will be a good for us?

Or compare and contrast:

Big telecoms get a windfall by selling subscribers' data.

Consumers get fuck all.
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hesright





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