According to the FCC’s own “Fact Sheet”, the proposed rule will allow the FCC to review (and presumably punish) non-neutral practices that may “harm” consumers or edge providers. [https://archive.today/amXxj]
The Commission has an important role to play in promulgating“rules of the road” for broadband, but that role should be narrow and firmly bounded. We fear the proposed “general conduct rule” may meet neither criteria. Accordingly, if the Commission intends to adopt a “general conduct rule” it should spell out, in advance, the contours and limits of that rule, and clarify that the rule shall be applied only in specific circumstances. For example, the Commission’s rules should make clear that it will evaluate a challenged practice based primarily on whether it impedes innovation and free speech. [https://www.eff.org/files/2015/02/23/14-28_09-191_eff_ex_parte_2.19.15.pdf]
Source on proposed changes: https://archive.today/dcdu2
Keep an eye out for misinformation/shills. No shills sighted since yesterday, but stay vigilant.
http://i.imgur.com/uJWb0Is.png – Examples of shill misinformation.
Who is behind this? What do we know?
What’s next? What can we do now?
As it stands… The gameplan is to go to as many media websites you can and comment demanding the 300page regulation to be made public. This is the ONLY thing worth doing right now. If the government has nothing to hide, they should consent to a search and speculation of their bills.
This is today’s task. Go. Engage the enemy with politeness, as you’ll be written off otherwise.
The TSA, PATRIOT act, NDAA, NSA, Mass surveillance indefinite detention, police state, militarised police and now black sites where you’re kept without basic human rights for about 24 hours if you’re even suspected of having committed a crime, and yet i see Americans on here talking about how they’re so much more free than anybody else.
its kind of sad really. Your government constantly and blatantly infringes on your human rights and constitution but all you care about is whether or not Obama’s muslim.
Your own media cared more about the colour of a dress than the fact that American citizens were being kept without human rights in domestic terror camps for suspected petty crimes.
“Whenever someone speaks out against something that God calls sin, ‘Don’t judge!’ can be heard coming from a thousand lips,” Duggar said. “People don’t like to have other people disapprove of the way they’re choosing to live their life.”
The 22-year-old newlywed conceded this “hard truth” would not bring her any popularity, but the evangelical Christian celebrity said she could not “hide the truth” from her fans because she cares too much about “their eternal destiny.”
“In this world, people have seared their consciences,” Duggar warned. “The standard of what is ‘ok’ or ‘permissible’ in our society today, hardly reflects God’s standard.”
“People are content to live on in lying, cursing, pride, anger, bitterness, disrespecting of parents, lust, pornography, fornication, adultery, and other sexual sins,” she continued, “and if anyone tries to confront them, their attitude and response is, ‘You live your life, I’ll live mine. Don’t you tell me what to do! Only God can judge me!’”