Net Neutering: Goodbye Net Neutrality, You’ll Be Missed

Goodbye Net Neutrality

Why is this important to you? For starters do you even know what the heck network neutrality is? For those who don’t, Network neutrality (a.k.a. Net neutrality or Internet neutrality)  is the basic right that every Internet user has of getting no restrictions on the content the user decides to watch or download (unless, of course it is illegal). Meaning that your Internet provider or government has no right whatsoever of blocking, restricting or slowing down any content on the Internet or charging you more for the content you browse. But as we previously have seen, the government and the globalists don’t give a dead rat’s left gonad about your rights and they are going to do it anyways.

Until this Tuesday, there were 95 House and Senate candidates supporting Net neutrality, all of them gone. In other words, you can kiss Net neutrality goodbye! We’ve got to do something!! Otherwise I’ll have to get a life! And I don’t like it outside, there’s too much fresh air and people! I don’t like people.

Hit the break and learn more.

NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) — Before Tuesday’s midterm elections, there were 95 House and Senate candidates who pledged support for Net neutrality, a bill that would force Internet providers to not charge users more for certain kinds of Web content.

All of them lost — and that could mean the contentious proposal may now be all but dead.

If passed, the Net neutrality law would require Internet providers like phone and cable companies to treat all Web content equally. They would prevent providers from restricting access to certain sites or applications, or collecting fees to deliver some sites faster than others.

Content creators — including Google (GOOG, Fortune 500), Yahoo (YHOO, Fortune 500), Amazon.com (AMZN, Fortune 500) and eBay (EBAY, Fortune 500) — have largely supported Net neutrality. Internet providers — most notably Comcast (CMCSA, Fortune 500) and Time Warner Cable (TWC, Fortune 500) — have argued against it.

Argued against it huh? Well guess what Mr. Fancypants, your services are not indispensable to me and I am not going to pay more for them. And I expect all the other Geeks and Paranoid Freaks to do the same! I want my rights back God dammit, and I want them now!! We are the ones who gave power to these bozos and we can take it away, without us (the user) they are nothing!

Now, I understand the issues behind this net neutrality thing. Terrorism, kiddy porn, organized crime, etc. But sanction them, not us. They are the ones breaking the law, not us. They are the felon minority, pursue them and leave us alone.

Below is a video to give you an idea of how your world would look like if Net neutrality went away:

Is that what you want? Me neither. And think about it, if they can take away that right, they definitely can take all the other ones as well! Help me get this message across, spread the word, repost, tell everyone you know, raise awareness! You don’t even have to link to my Blog if you don’t want to, spread the link to the original article if you want, just let everyone know what is going on.

Visit money.cnn.com to read the entire article and get outraged while I enjoy my Internet pr0n Net freedom while I still have it.
Final nail in coffin for Net neutrality?

Illustration courtesy of Armando from Redcrow Design. Dude, you rock!

Paranoid Facebook Comments

comments

Powered by Facebook Comments

Advertise at ParanoidNews.org!