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ʇoq ǝuoqɯoɹʇ ɔo Oct 21
BREAKING: The repeal of just went into effect. Your cable company now has even more power to screw you over here too!
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Garrick J. Williams 2h
protects your freedom of speech on the Internet by holding ISPs accountable for throttling or censoring what apps or websites you use on the Internet. Joe voted to restore it while the GOP opposes it despite it being a bipartisan issue supported by 86% of Americans
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Garrick J. Williams 2h
Replying to @indgop
Those tax cuts did not benefit low and middle class. He voted against repealing Obamacare because the GOP bill cut pre-existing conditions. Both presidential candidates were awful. Kavanaugh thinks should be unconstitutional.
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Kyle Collins 3h
Hopefully with no it'll hurt the game developers who make online only games. Because who's still going to bother with that online bullshit when your ISP is fucking you?
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Garrick J. Williams 6h
Replying to @braun4indiana
73% of Republicans supported and yet only three Republican senators voted to restore it. Mike Braun refuses to stand for our rights on this issue. You're not backing a Republican. You're backing yet another GOP stooge who will put big business over our rights.
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Garrick J. Williams 3h
Actual data gathered from research says otherwise. Especially considering that is an easy-to-understand issue, and that the FCC chairman Ajit Pai preyed upon ignorance to repeal net neutrality protections.
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Garrick J. Williams 3h
GOP stooges like Todd Young and Mike Braun don't represent Republicans. Todd Young voted against restoring protections guarding free speech on the Internet despite 73% of Republicans supporting it.
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Jamie/Innovate Rush🎃 3h
Replying to @henk717
As it stands stops any small businesses from flourishing and creates a world where if you're not an established corporation or if you dont have a lot of money then you shouls givw up because your site wont load so people lose interest, thats what i mean by my tweet
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Daniel Muñoz 7h
So everyone just forgot about Lol
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Garrick J. Williams 3h
The GOP isn't supporting my business by repealing and allowing powerful telecom companies to stand between consumers and small businesses.
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The Precariat 🌹 2h
Oligarch1 to base: They are using social media and talking to each other too much and they're onto us. It must stop. We will lose control of the country if this continues. Continue the fight for or we won't be having this conversation.
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Brian Krassenstein 23h
When November comes around, just remember that Every single Democrat in the Senate voted to restore net neutrality. All but 3 Republicans voted to KILL
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UG 3h
They just shut down my Internet connection with that last post. It's the network and it's like someone is using our bandwidth for something or spying. I rock the vote with my Rock and they're giving me too much credit. ! !
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Eberto Murrell 7h
I will be gladly voting for this election. Proud to have a cosponsor of country's best law as my representative. He is someone who listens to the voices of his constituents and is unafraid to change his mind.
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Garrick J. Williams 3h
Todd Young voted against restoring protections that prevented telecom giants from violating our First Amendment rights. Why would we listen to anything he has to say?
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Cryptocurry 51m
California Net Neutrality Advocates Against Adversaries, Congress Must Intervene Read more:
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UG 11h
Replying to @FBI @FBIHouston
That's They're picking on me via my connection to censor it appears.
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Nikhil Pahwa 19h
So is in India this week. Hi Ajit, if you have some time, I'd be to share what India got right with , and why it is good for the internet and for people.
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NY AG Underwood Oct 16
The FCC’s public comment process on was corrupted by millions of fake comments - including as many as 9.53 million that stole the identities of real people. We’ll get to the bottom of what happened.
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LF Velez 11h
Replying to @USTelecom @AjitPaiFCC
One of those policies is ! isn’t an improvement if we don’t get to choose what we want.
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