Net Neutrality Is Marxist?
shane at hathawaymix.org
Mon Apr 12 21:35:54 MDT 2010
On 04/12/2010 11:17 AM, Steven Alligood wrote:
> In fact, the same thing applies to Comcast and blocking any and all
> ports that they deem abusive. If their business model precludes your
> torrents, then find another ISP. And don't argue that you cannot; the
> Internet is NOT a basic human right, nor is TV, cable, or even frozen pizza.
I think what we're talking about is not basic rights, but rather truth
in advertising. People have certain reasonable expectations about what
they are going to get when they buy Internet service. Nearly every ISP
violates those expectations in subtle ways, but currently, the only way
to discover all the limitations of an ISP is to buy the service for a
while and bump into problems. That is lying to customers.
Similarly, it sounds like Sprint is forging DNS responses. I believe
that kind of forgery should be considered as illegal as any other kind
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