Would you get Verizon wireless home internet?

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  1. kodiak799

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    I agree. The rules we had before any NN stuff in 2015 were just fine.
     
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    You mean the ones that allowed ATT to block Apples FaceTime on Apples own phones? Yep...great rules.

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    No, the rules did not allow that. And AT&T stopped the practice voluntarily (and likely because they were going to lose in court, under EXISTING laws).

    Can we stop we the BS boogeyman stories? I mean, you do realize that the laws themselves don't stop anything - enforcing the laws in the courts does. I still don't think I've seen a single NN "issue" that wasn't addressed by existing law.

    Do you guys SERIOUSLY want MORE big govt in your internet? Seriously?
     
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    You SERIOUSLY trust your ISP that much? You cannot be that naive. This is not scare tactics because people want more regulations. No one likes MORE regulations however, making it all about "more laws = bad" is missing the bigger picture. And trusting giant corporations to behave? Bwahaha!
    Other then "more laws = bad", what other reasons do you have for thinking Ajit Pai is a stand up guy doing the right thing?

    Comcast hints at plan for paid fast lanes after net neutrality repeal

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