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MarcusLaroo 2h
On January 28, 2019, I along with 7 million users will no longer be able to use the remind tool to get notifications due to a fee imposed by Verizon, wouldn't it be nice if we had some protections against that? Something like a sort of ""?
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Piss Master 1h
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Garrick J. Williams 3h
Replying to @Free_Our_Net
We shouldn't let Google/FB off the hook for violating our privacy, but we also shouldn't undermine support for because these companies support it. They support NN because the repeal hurts everyone but the FCC chairman tries to say NN is bad because they support it.
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Sourav Jan 9
Wow, cant believe that the largest mobile internet provider would violate and privacy by blocking proxies, vpns and sites in 2019. Shame
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Garrick J. Williams 9h
Replying to @Free_Our_Net
Too often I see arguments for get criticized or undermined simply because Google and Facebook support it. Conflating the issue of their data collection practices with net neutrality is neither correct nor constructive for making a free, safe, and open Internet.
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Garrick J. Williams Jan 15
Replying to @Free_Our_Net
Companies collecting and using data responsibly is a separate (though still important) issue from . There's plenty of irrefutable evidence of ISPs harming businesses and customers by discriminating online activity.
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Garrick J. Williams 4h
Replying to @Free_Our_Net
is currently pressing simply because telecom giants control the FCC and the administration is wasting taxpayers money fighting state-level laws protecting our rights on the Internet. Meanwhile, social media sites are currently under fire by both our gov and the EU.
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malerfique 26m
The FCC’s Net Neutrality rollback officially went into effect on last year,clearing the way for paid prioritization and lots of other sketchy behavior from telecom companies. So what does the internet look like without rules?
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Comcast Data Caps are Immoral 5h
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Cobra 24h
If net neutrality is gone anytime soon Netflix is in trouble as they just raised their prices of their service. Also Netflix keep raising their prices makes me not wanting to come back to them even more. I still am upset about HIMYM was taken off there a while ago.
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Phillip Berenbroick 5h
WH advisor says regarding that “consumer protection policy is economic policy, at the highest level,”  If true, what should we read into gutting consumer protections, & Administration support for killing broadband privacy protections
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has trump resigned? Jan 15
Trump have not resind resigned from presedent of the USA. We wait for 724 days and 22 hour. I suport:
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Tigger Too 39m
Does anybody remember and things like that we used to fight for? We can’t keep up.
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John Wienert 2h
Ajit Pai's day of reckoning is at hand! We’ve got a new Congress with oversight that can hold him accountable for his reckless attack on Internet freedom. Tell Congress now to investigate Ajit Pai and restore :
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Garrick J. Williams 4h
Replying to @Free_Our_Net
Both and responsible data usage are important issues involving privacy, but they are different enough that we shouldn't conflate them. Or bolster one at the expense of undermining support for the other. Both deserve support for a safe, free, and open Internet.
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layniez Jan 13
Fmr Verizon lawyer Ajit Pai is a corrupt/dishonest chairman. He based the FCC’s repeal of on misleading data that has been widely debunked. He lied about cyberattacks to distract from backlash to unpopular repeal.
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Cassie Price 5h
Ting, we waited and it’s finally here and I am thrilled to report it’s all been awesome, from the install to the follow up. Thanks for your commitment to . Thanks for not throttling .ph domains, where my overseas assistant is.
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Dale Patch 5h
MPAA says self-policing internet no longer working
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Garrick J. Williams Jan 15
Can you please explain how? Section 8.7 of the 2015 Open Internet Order makes it clear throttling wasn't allowed.
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Hot Spot Radio 1m
on - Don't Stop Me Now - Theme: Free for All (Anything Goes!)- The Internet should be - Preserve
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