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Net Neutrality is about free speech

Posted by avideditor on October 22, 2009

It seems people I respect are against it. Am I missing something?. I think it is important that a law is passed to allow people to view everything without paying thugs everywhere a vig. I think that no bureaucracy is needed just a law. I admit there are probably some crazy things attached to it. But on princliple I agree that no one should pay thugs to have there info distrubted on the net.

Here is what beck said on it

Just because commies support breathing, I am not against breathing.

There are real Maoist out there, I think they should go after them not the right for free speech on the internet.

I just think the law is important let the lawyers battle it out.

4 Responses to “Net Neutrality is about free speech”

  1. Sharku said

    “Just because commies support breathing, I am not against breathing.”

    I am against commies breathing. 🙂

  2. nanook said

    You say: “I think that no bureaucracy is needed just a law. ” I don’t think it’s possible for our government to function that way. The clear air of free speech has already become clouded with regulation. I do not see this condition improving. It is the nature of government to obfuscate, I think.

    I agree that the net should be free, the airwaves should be free. Speech should be free. This is an inalienable right, therefore we should not need the government to give it to us. When they state they are hear to ensure our rights, it makes me want to clench my fists and prepare to fight.

    • avideditor said

      Comcast is already shaping the traffic of torrents. I admit they are illegal but I think free speech is there next step. It is illegal to go into a book store and destroy books you do not like. There is no extra bureaucracy is required to do that. I think the same thing can be done with the net.

  3. yochanan ben avrohom said

    what ever excuse the gov’t uses FUCK THE GOVERMENT,

    freedom isn’t given.

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