S.J.Res.6 - A joint resolution disapproving the rule submitted by the Federal Communications Commission with respect to regulating the Internet and broadband industry practices.

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  • Official: A joint resolution disapproving the rule submitted by the Federal Communications Commission with respect to regulating the Internet and broadband industry practices. as introduced.

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  • Gapunzel 02/24/2011 6:16am

    NOT regulating the internet will allow service providers to control which content loads faster, based on which sites will pay them. Regulation will keep the internet open, and keep wiki and non-profit sites loading competitively.

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    Ceader 10/31/2011 3:41pm

    Yes, biggest thing this bill has going for it is that the poorly informed don’t get the irony of its claims.

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    mycroft16 11/07/2011 2:36pm

    Absolutely agree. Companies have already shown that they do not care about the broader public, only how they can make a profit. Keeping the internet level and fair for ALL traffic is the only way. Regulation is how this can be done safely, effectively, transparently.

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    pushback317 11/28/2011 1:39am

    LOL? Do you even know what this bill does? “Level and fair”? It strips us, users of the internet of ‘fair use’ – corporations are supporting and demanding it. Google SOPA – it is difficult to comprehend how you could have typed that. If this bill passes corporations have an immediate right so sue consumers or citizens for using brief clips for critique/social action. The penalty also includes jail time.

  • gosox5555 04/10/2011 6:05am

    This is a case where regulation is necessary and important. The right to free speech on the Internet should not be controlled and restricted by ISPs.

  • molonlabe 11/08/2011 8:08pm

    Regulate the internet so that it can be free? That sounds like like it is straight from 1984 just like “Slavery is Freedom” and “War is Peace”.

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    ZeroTime 11/10/2011 5:09pm

    Yes, the ISPs must have our best interests at heart! Back off regulators, they will do the right thing as they always have .


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