Almost all of the comments on fcc favored net neutrality.

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  1. xeene

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    Out of 800k unique comments(after removing duplicates and fake ones) 99.7% were in favor of net neutrality according to new study from Stanford University.

    99.7 Percent of Unique FCC Comments Favored Net Neutrality[​IMG]
     
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    Yes. Unfortunate that a former big time lawyer for Verizon is in charge of the FCC. Who do we have to thank for that?!

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    If it works don't mess with it. Only money grubbers want to tinker with it.
     
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    Despite all that, I don't see us getting nn back any time soon. Carriers are able to make money off of these fake unlimited data plans.

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    As long as California nn law remains (they are getting sued by justice dept Justice Department Sues to Block California Net Neutrality Law ) and other states adopt similar measures, we will benefit from it. For now, everyone except California and Washington are getting screwed by big corps.
     
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