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Everthing You Want to Know About Network Neutrality

Erris (531066) writes | more than 6 years ago

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This fascinating, thorough and peer reviewed study of tactics used to deny network neutrality covers all details all the dirty pool played by telcoms with seven case studdies. Everything from denial to threats of violence is covered and all of it is resoundingly familiar.

This fascinating, thorough and peer reviewed study of tactics used to deny network neutrality covers all details all the dirty pool played by telcoms with seven case studdies. Everything from denial to threats of violence is covered and all of it is resoundingly familiar.

This is what a free internet is supposed to expose and why Government and business want to seize yet more control. Cooperating with these people is a vote for violence and tyranny right here in the US.

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