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U.S Citizens Demands Courts to Re-Instate Net Neutrality Rules

As Internet Service providers like AT&T, Verizon and Comcast Corp prepares to release new user policy agreements that will allow them to create fast lanes, Web Users world wide are fighting back. Ninety percent of American Citizens reject the FCC’s argument that enhanced transparency will allow market forces to ensure consumer access to an open …

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Vengeance instead of forgiveness

Vengeance instead of forgiveness  What’s justice. People wanting other people to suffer is snowballing world wide. Every time someone is effected by a crime our media outlets shows the victim or family members of the victim screaming for justice. But how do you define justice in a world where one percent of the worlds population …

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FCC finally made it worse for all web users

June 11th , 2018 is the day the FCC diseased the the internet. We no longer have equal access to all web content. Internet service providers now have the power to block websites, throttle services and censor online content. They will have the right to discriminate and favor the internet traffic of those companies with …

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U.S has the most Expensive Internet rates in the world. why? We created the internet.

The internet service providers are raking in super profits while blatantly shortchanging the consumers by not giving them what they actually paid for. Over 300,000 complaints where filed against wireless phone companies and cable companies is 2015 according to FTC. The number of complaints increased by 50,000 in 2016.

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Why are internet service providers eagerly awaiting the repeal of “Net-neutrality”?

With so many beneficial variables at their disposal to choose from by the repealing of net-neutrality, Telecommunication companies like AT&T, Verizon and Comcast are eagerly awaiting for the opportunity to take advantage all web users.

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FCC sends notice, dismantle “Net Neutrality”

WASHINGTON, November 21, 2017. — FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel released the following statement: “Today the FCC circulated its sweeping roll back of our net neutrality rules. Following actions earlier this year to erase consumer privacy protections, the Commission now wants to wipe out court-tested rules and a decade’s work in order to favor cable and …