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One of my oldest originals going back to 1992. This song has been totally rewritten, recorded, and played all over the San Antonio area in coffee shops, clubs, and open mics. I think this recording illustrates the vision I had in my head, and I am happy with this result. Enjoy, share, comment, and rock on!

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On the discussion: @John, @SatoriD, @FretzCapo and @missynomer69.
Intro: Satori welcome everyone, Ask John a Brief Summary of his Background and to explain Net Neutrality.
Topics:
1. Net Neutrality Violations: A Brief History
Net Neutrality: A Solution in Search of a Problem. They Claim, the principle that protects free speech and innovation online is irrelevant, as blocking has never, ever happened. Anf if it did, they add, market forces would compel internet service providers to correct course and reopen their networks.
In reality, many providers both in the United States and abroad have violated the principles of Net Neutrality — and they plan to continue doing so in the future.
This history of abuse revealed a problem that the FCC’s 2015 Net Neutrality protections solved.
reference: Net Neutrality Violations: A Brief History
2. THE TRUTH ABOUT NET NEUTRALITY
Network Neutrality — or “Net Neutrality” for short — is the guiding principle that preserves the free and open Internet. Put simply, Net Neutrality means no discrimination. Net Neutrality prevents Internet providers from blocking, slowing or censoring Web content based on its source, ownership or destination.
Why Internet Users Demand Internet Freedom?
The big phone and cable companies that want to control the Internet have been spreading misinformation about Net Neutrality. It’s time to separate fact from fiction. Maybe Touch on one or two of the myths.
MYTH 1: Net Neutrality means new, heavy-handed government regulations. REALITY: Net Neutrality protections have been a part of the Internet since its inception.
reference: THE TRUTH ABOUT NET NEUTRALITY
The Federal Communications Commission's primary justification for eliminating Title II net neutrality rules is that broadband network investment has tanked since the rules were implemented two years ago. ISPs continue to invest and tell investors that net neutrality hasn't hurt them.
Title II hasn’t hurt network investment, according to the ISPs themselves
3. Historic Day of Action: Net Neutrality
A record has been set in an FCC proceeding, as millions make their voices heard in proposal to roll back net neutrality regulations.
reference: FCC gets more than 10 million comments on net neutrality
The US Federal Communications Commission says it has no written analysis of DDoS attacks that hit the commission's net neutrality comment system in May.
FCC has no documentation of DDoS attack that hit net neutrality comments

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