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Zach Kopkin 5m
This will jack up international shipping costs, undermining the postal service as a public good. This is the equivalent of for the mail. Reject and
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Stanford University Oct 16
Ryan Singel combed through the more than 22 million comments submitted to the FCC on . Once he filtered out fakes and duplicates, he found 99.7 percent opposed repeal -- and many came from rural areas and Republican districts.
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Justin "TeamTaito" Suministrado 47m
ISP Giants like are now trying to stop Vermont's law, Just like California!
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Rank Badjin 9m
Internet provider groups sue Vermont over net neutrality law
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Mike Wendy 35m
Chairman Pai on USTelecom b-band investment report: New investment is "real progress for American consumers."
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malerfique 2h
The FCC’s Net Neutrality rollback officially went into effect on June 11th,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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That guy you follow 2h
Replying to @comcast
Hey, why are you and several other communication giants suing states that have mandated following rules to receive government contracts. Didn't you PROMISE to follow them after the repeal last December? How about joining up to reinstate NN, huh? Show of good faith?
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Tzezcozhik 32m
This is why is such a big deal: The tech invasion is leveraging connectivity, network effects, and unprecedented scale to create global platforms that are "impossible" to compete with. It would honestly not surprise me to see listed here in a few years!
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martincohn 2h
Cable and telecom groups sue Vermont over net neutrality measures via
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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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Raja Krishnamoorthi Oct 11
The debate about should be about the rights of the public, not big telecom companies. Protecting a free internet only helps one. I’m choosing my constituents, and the rest of Congress should too.
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Sapphire Knight 3h
Remember that we won the Senate, we won , we can win the House. We wouldn't be fighting this hard for if that was the case. , we're coming close to the end, & I hope you aren't willing to give up without a Fight. Give them Pressure
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Dave Jenkinson 11m
The latest The Dave Jenkinson Daily! Thanks to
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Garrick J. Williams 22h
Only three Republican senators voted to restore protections despite 86% of Americans and 73% supporting an Internet not censored or throttled by telecom giants like Comcast and AT&T. That CRA passed thanks to Democrats despite this being a bipartisan issue.
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Jeff Hoogland 18h
Been a lot of important issues this year, but try not to forget about when you vote this Fall. If your representative voted against protecting NN, they are either an idiot or in someone's pocket. Either way fight for an open Internet and get them out of office.
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Mike Doyle Oct 11
Over 80% of Democrats and Republicans across the country support . All of Congress should support the discharge petition to restore rules for these Americans!
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CaptainRufflesGaming 22h
As a supporter of I am actually appalled to find out that my name was used, without my knowledge or permission, on both sides of the debate. This is incredibly upsetting to both me and others who are being unwillingly dragged into this without our consent.
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has trump resigned? 7m
Trump have not resind resigned from presedent of the USA. We wait for 636 days and 21 hour. I suport:
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Robert Ivey 9h
It's been four months since was eradicated, and I'm not feeling any difference...
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Andrew Wyrich 17h
Vermont's executive order now the subject of a lawsuit.
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THE SIDDHARTH Oct 18
tho gov has strongly supported net neutrality but it doesn't seem telecom companies are taking it too seriously.i just realised that there is difference in loading content on .the photo-sharing app. it usually stay undetected but not if you
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