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Posted 14 January 2014 - 09:46 PM
"Internet service providers are free to make deals with services like Netflix or Amazon allowing those companies to pay to stream their products to online viewers through a faster, express lane on the web, a federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday.
Federal regulators had tried to prevent those deals, saying they would give large, rich companies an unfair edge in reaching consumers. But since the Internet is not considered a utility under federal law, the court said, it is not subject to regulations banning the arrangements."
Let's just go over that last bit again.
"the Internet is not considered a utility under federal law."
America is run by illiterate 80 year olds who only understand the concept of oil money. Fuck everything. And fuck you NSA reading this message too. YEAH! TRY SOMETHING GUY! I KNOW ONE OF YOUR COLLEAGUE'S! AND HE WORKS FOR THE CIA TOO, SO EAT A BIG BAG OF DICKS. You cunt.
The future of the internet.