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Joseph Gives [2.9k] 44m
If is saved, I will give everyone who rts $1000
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Dan Bongino 29m
supporters, hysterically, think the govt is going to fix an internet that isn’t even broken. Just like it “fixed”: -healthcare -student loans -public schools -your retirement -the housing market -and just about anything else the govt touches
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scripting.com 1h
Also something I've not heard said in the debate. The Internet was created by the US government, the Department of Defense, and built out by universities. Taxpayers paid for it. Not Comcast, Verizon, AT&T, etc.
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TEXAS ⭐️BACON 8m
Liberals today👇🏼, now that the internet is dead and only revived with millions of dollars a day.
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Mackenzie Astin 18h
Hey, , today my mom would have turned 71. But she didn't. Because she died in March of 2016. Can you please take the time to explain to me how she made three separate comments in support of ending more than a year after she died? cc:
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Bernie Sanders 24h
This is an egregious attack on our democracy. The end of protections means that the internet will be for sale to the highest bidder. When our democratic institutions are already in peril, we must do everything we can to stop this decision from taking effect.
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NowThis 2h
New York Attorney General is suing the FCC for repealing
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European Commission 2h
We will continue to protect in Europe, ensuring that all traffic is treated equally: → Every European must be able to have access to the → No blocking or discrimination of online content, applications and services
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Ed Markey 19m
We can’t get distracted or and the broadband CEOs win. Stay focused, stay engaged, spread the word. That’s how we will restore
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Adam Kokesh 31m
Hey fans of ! No need to be sad or disappointed! If you really want a government-controlled internet, you can always move to China! It's working great there. Communism makes everyone equal!
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Chuck Schumer 11m
Repealing rules was like a last minute Christmas gift from the to the biggest players in the internet market. Yesterday, the FCC tied the bow with their disastrous vote.
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Netflix US 24h
We’re disappointed in the decision to gut protections that ushered in an unprecedented era of innovation, creativity & civic engagement. This is the beginning of a longer legal battle. Netflix stands w/ innovators, large & small, to oppose this misguided FCC order.
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@colton 55m
My 3 year old son was crying abt  today. He said (and I quote) “the prospects of tier 1 transit providers being able to offer premium services to content providers scares me”
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parachute 8m
If is repealed: • Netflix will cost $199 per second • $800 fine if you say MySpace • Your iPhone will strangle you • The entirety of Manhattan will be zombies except for one man • Annual reaping of children will be instated • The Lorax shows up • Sharknado
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Merry🎄Ruin™ 14m
OH NO, NOT MY CUMMIES PLEASE DON'T TAKE MY CUMMIES
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Democratic Coalition 36m
The fight for is NOT over! The Congressional Review Act gives Congress 60 days to reverse any regulatory action. Take a min to contact your Reps here 🔽
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Holly O'Reilly 1h
This is not an isolated incident. The comments are *full* of others who this happened to.
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TechCrunch 2h
What happens next?
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CNN International 18m
What the end of would mean for you
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Women's March 57m
The fight for isn't over. Here's how you can take action to decision and today!
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