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Scott Wiener
The firefighters are now supporting our bill, . According to California Professional Firefighters: “CPF has come to conclude that if net neutrality is not restored, the effect could be disastrous to the public’s safety.” Thank you firefighters!
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Winston Smith 84 Aug 24
Doing what is right for all US citizens means protecting net neutrality. Here is an example how destructive these greedy companies are; Verizon~ putting our first responders in even more danger. Who of us realized just how devastating their greed could be?! What a disaster.
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Roots Aug 24
👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽
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Austin Aug 24
But their data throttling had literally nothing tot do with Net Neutrality. This is ridiculous fear mongering
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John Westra #VR #AR #VRDay2018 Aug 24
Great... Except (source prioritization) had nothing to do with the recent throttling of Fire Depts. bandwidth. Poor Network design and a failure to do simulated emergency load testing did!
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Joel Berger Aug 24
My understanding of was that it didn't affect bandwidth to the individual, only that the bandwidth couldn't be apportioned by what traffic was sent over it. I'd be all for the firefighter's support here but I worry that this is an unrelated pricing issue for them.
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Faraji Aug 24
Get ready for those higher prices! No to net neutrality
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Carlos Diaz Aug 24
I wish it didn't have to come to situations like this for people to wake up and realize the problem that we have been telling them about the whole time. Net neutrality NEEDS to be restored and protected. We need competition in the isp market no more back door non-compete agrement
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iBetoVote uBetoVote weBetoVote ::VoteEarlyVoteBlue Aug 24
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Sean Aug 24
Replying to @akchein
except... it did
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Austin Aug 24
Replying to @seanlinsley
Data limits are not remotely similar to net neutrality issues. "Unlimited data" has always had data limits regardless of net neutrality. You are 100% factually wrong.
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Baboon Orchestra Aug 24
Replying to @akchein @seanlinsley
So you think that an unlimited data plan has a data limit? Are you alright?
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Austin Aug 24
Read your contract. Most mobile data contracts have a set bar where your speeds are throttled. That has always been the case. Unlimited is limited, you just aren't reading your contract
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Baboon Orchestra Aug 24
Replying to @akchein
Hahaha classic America. Yeah I've never had to worry about this since I don't live in a corporatocracy yet.
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Austin Aug 24
Replying to @WorstSurgeonEv
I mean... Data transfer is finite. Companies set the caps to provide the best speeds to as many people as possible. The caps are usually around 20gb a month which is a lot for an avg consumer. In this case, Verizon messed up and didn't recognize the fire dept as EMS. Not NN issue
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Austin Aug 24
I mean it's pretty clear in the contract
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Austin Aug 24
Like it's not even fine print
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Austin Aug 24
But again. That has literally zero to do with Net Neutrality
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Baboon Orchestra Aug 24
Replying to @akchein
Oh yeah your ISPs number one concern is making sure you get the best speed. Yep. For sure.
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Austin Aug 24
Replying to @WorstSurgeonEv
Every had like 20 people on the same wifi network? Same concept. And yes they are trying to get the best speed for you because, hint, they want your money
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