miércoles, 22 de diciembre de 2010

Net Neutrality: The end of the Internet as we know it?

Just like any given extremist, there's a personalized pick for you if you want to use the power of the FCC it you want to shut down something you don't like: some want to axe Fox News, others want a thorough investigation of the lastest season's Dancing with the Stars voting system, and others... well, they just want to take over the world, i.e. the Internet.

Congratulations! The first "net neutrality" regulations have been adopted by the FCC, but I don't blame them. Everybody is busy nowadays shutting down what they don't like of the Internet. Hugo Chávez, Julian Assange, the chinese (didn't you know there's no Facebook in China?). In the meanwhile, I let some expert give you some details:

I don't want to live the days when people are going to say "remember when the Internet was free?"
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