At any rate, I've been back and forth on the issue of "to Title II or not to Title II" and Net Neutrality and all, but the more I think about it the more I'm starting to fall on the side of reclassification as Title II.
The main argument against reclassification is the fear of reduced infrastructure investment, and the fear of general Government regulation.
As for the reduced infrastructure investment, have no fear. Where there is money there will be investment, and believe me, there is LOTS of money.
As for the Government??? Well, we've been sidestepping them for years. No reason to think that won't be the case here.
So, Now, I'm finally off the fence and stand FOR reclassification to Title II.
Screw you Comcast.
As a side, technical question. Does anyone understand how Comcast is actually able to prevent the PS4 from getting HBO Go? I mean, can you not download the app? Not get the stream? How are they doing it?
No blocking: Broadband providers can’t block access to “legal content, applications, services, or non-harmful devices.”
Leonard Nimoy who played Mr. Spock in the television and movie juggernaut “Star Trek,” died on Friday morning at his home in Los Angeles. He was 83.
*Read more: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/02/27/arts/television/leonard-nimoy-spock-of-star-trek-dies-at-83.html*
With the current news concerning Title II and The FCC getting involved, I found this article to be particularly enlightening. It's written with the casual reader in mind. Not directed at economic majors.
Mr. Nimoy, Mr. Spock, I thank you for your life and your work. May you live long and prosper.
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