What's Next for Net Neutrality?


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It's actually hard to call

Submitted by Tatum Alexander (not verified) on March 10, 2015 - 12:28am.

It's actually hard to call this a win, or even comment on the regulation as NOBODY knows what the actual regs are yet. And I really have a hard time putting much trust lately in anything some Politician or Bureaucrat says on it, especially if they are the ones selling it. They like to put pretty names and talking points on garbage legislation--they are experts at wrapping the wolf in sheep's clothing. To be honest with you, I'm not even sure there was really a dire need for any of these "neutrality protections".

Let's put it this way: we're

Submitted by kevin on March 16, 2015 - 12:03pm.

Let's put it this way: we're musicians and activists, not politicians or bureaucrats, but we've been calling for this for over a decade. Since you posted your comment, the regulations have been released and....turns out there's no big surprises, it's exactly what we thought it would be and almost exactly what we asked for.

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