The tech industry is preparing to take a stand for net neutrality...again. Facebook, Google, and other companies have all pledged their support to the Internet-Wide Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality planned by the Fight for the Future nonprofit organization. The Day of Action has a simple goal: convincing people who use some of the world's most popular websites to oppose the FCC's plan to roll back net neutrality protections.
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I find it peculiar when the big ISPs don't support something like this. And then I hear groups say that if big companies like Amazon and Netflix are for net neutrality, we should be cautious.
Its all about the $$$
The companies, along with our G'ment don't give 2 S$#t'$ about your privacy or online (or offline) safety..
Legislators get $$$ to allow this nonsense, companies get $$$ selling your data and we get screwed...
But.. Then again.. Just what the hell would I know?
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