The supplemental rules are 313 pages of the 400 page document (80 pages of Republican dissent included), but the new FCC rules specifically pertaining to Net Neutrality are just 8 pages (p. 283-290) in the section PART 8: PROTECTING AND PROMOTING THE OPEN INTERNET. http://transition.fcc.gov/Daily_Releases/Daily_Business/2015/db0312/FCC-15-24A1.pdf
I'm proud that President Obama and the Democratic Party supports a free, open, and neutral internet. It's just too bad Republicans have chosen to attack this as some type of "government takeover" instead of supporting your right to not be faced with speed throttling, packet prioritization, and paid content packages.
400-page net neutrality order includes 80 pages of Republican dissents http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2015/03/400-page-net-neutrality-order-includes-80-pages-of-republican-dissents/
Net Neutrality: What You Need to Know Now http://www.savetheinternet.com/net-neutrality-what-you-need-know-now
Republicans’ “Internet Freedom Act” would wipe out net neutrality http://arstechnica.com/business/2015/03/republicans-internet-freedom-act-would-wipe-out-net-neutrality/
Republicans in Congress already trying to overturn FCC’s latest votes
Fact Checking organizations are calling Republicans out on their lies and exaggerations: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/fact-checker/wp/2015/01/16/the-claim-that-fccs-net-neutrality-decision-would-cost-americans-15-billion-in-new-taxes/
"Broadband For America" Members Didn't Know Group Was Front For Anti-Neutrality Cable Industry http://consumerist.com/2014/06/10/broadband-for-america-members-didnt-know-group-was-front-for-anti-neutrality-cable-industry/
FCC Republicans launch last-ditch effort to sink net neutrality plan http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2015/02/fcc-republicans-launch-last-ditch-effort-to-sink-net-neutrality-plan/
#NetNeutrality #InternetFreedom #FCC
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Classifying internet traffic under Title II has just handed internet service providers either the requirement or the permission to examine all traffic, make a determination on its legality outside of due process, and block or allow that traffic, whether it be an artist's own work, a video game patch distributed to customers through BitTorrent, or an unlicensed movie distribution.
Apparently, the FCC’s version of net neutrality really does contain a gaping hole for anything copyright-monopoly-related. The little qualifier “lawful” in the sentence that “all lawful traffic must be treated equally” turned out to mean that ISPs may now be required to police the net for copyright monopoly infringements, acting as police, prosecutor, judge, and executioner – often in complex cases, denying citizens any and all due process. This is starting to become a pattern.
It’s become more and more apparent, that the word “lawful” in any policy matters has become synonymous with “evil”. Any and every time something is described as “lawful”, it could just as well have been described as “despicable”, “unjust”, “corrupt”, or “violating human rights”.
The reason is simple: if you presented something good and desirable, you would never point out that it were lawful in the first place, regardless of whether it were or not. “Lawful” has become a justification for anything and everything in society that is being shoved down the throat of the net generation against their will.
So this new series, Con Man, is about two actors from a cancelled but cult favorite sci-fi show. One went on to be a big name A-list actor while the other one is stuck in the convention circuit. Starring Tudyk, Fillion, Torres, Maher, and also Seth Green and Felicia Day. But it isn't a biography either.
Here's my one big concern about Con Man. I don't want it to be Galaxy Quest: the Series. _Galaxy Quest_ was a great send up of sci-fi culture but it works best as a stand alone event. Any sort of continuation would be like explaining the joke. Anyway, I'm looking forward to following this project and I hope for the best for Con Man and everyone involved.
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