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Drew Holden 12h
🧵Thread🧵 Three years ago, America was locked in a battle for , and, by extension, life as we knew it. For the lucky few who survived, I invite you to join me on a quick stroll down memory lane to revisit the doom and gloom we were promised.
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Zoeeeee_du Nov 19
There are some articles to further discuss for assignment 2. These articles caters me a broader view of thinking about the history of net neutrality and how different country adapt those regulations. Interestingly, relative debate in Australia is dual.
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Golden Ratio FTW Nov 24
Replying to @newsycombinator
Impossible, the big companies were going to throttle speeds and people were going to die when was repealed.
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Thomas Lohninger Nov 21
Congratulations to our colleagues in Switzerland for establishing legal protections of the principle! This is an important milestone to safeguard the open internet. Thanks to everyone who helped to make this happen! 🙏
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PfRC🧀 loves you and hopes you are OK ❤️ Nov 21
: the Museum of the Bible opens in Washington, DC US Federal Communication Commission dismantles plus UK water utilities regularly employ dowsing to fix pipes and mains
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Hoodie G 😡 Nov 23
can I be on the FCC? I can’t wait to work on bringing back
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Abdullah Afzal Raja Nov 21
I always had a strong feeling regarding and i feel privileged to be selected a fellow at , the first . Looking forward to learn more about and
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Faithlesssoul Nov 24
Replying to @Dansgaming @TGGabller
They say our new president will be working on this is what i saw some where on the net. There is small country's with no data caps & much faster speeds at prices that so many of us would die for. So many need this for school. And many other things.
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Matthew Woodward Nov 24
Internet service should be treated as a utility,
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ACO Nov 24
Replying to @verge @fightfortheftr
Why we need ! Calling ...
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Navarre Nov 17
Anyone heard if is back on the table with the new administration?
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Saurabh Shrivastava Nov 20
Replying to @saurabhshri_
It's very sad to see them get away with such shenanigans so easily. They have done a great job at making high speed internet more accessible and affordable -- but partial censoring, remote feature disabling etc are very dark patterns that can do no good.
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Blue Girl in a Red Town 😷❤️💛💚💙💜 Nov 24
also needs to address since pandemic schooling is online
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Shane Tews Nov 20
Increased regulation skews behavior toward limiting legal exposure, not enhancing technological innovation. Let’s keep moving forward.
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Amila Bandara Nov 19
Replying to @TRCSL @kriticalvodka
Good thing. Any comment regarding SL ISPs introducing content based packages ? isn't that against ?
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Daniel J. Hansen 🌊🌊🌊🌊 Nov 24
Bring back . Comcast can’t get their act together. It’s long past time to turn internet access into a public utility. Access for everyone at a fraction of the cost.
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Abdullah Afzal Raja Nov 21
I get so annoyed when my tells me what i can use with my current plan what i can’t. we need in .
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Upwindpenny Nov 24
This is horrible! Restore
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Jonathan Danker Nov 24
Dear President-Elect Joe Biden Please Bring Back Net Neutrality.
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D A N I E L Nov 24
now what are you going to do to help PA residents on this?
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