The InterNet

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    Many organizations are wanting to control the InterNet. America now does. Should we allow the EU, UN, or anyone else to control what we built? The great, wonderful, and powerful Robert Mugabe, the President of Zimbabwe, said America should give him some control.

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    umm, no.
     
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    Uncle Ferd wants to keep his favorite porn sites a secret...
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    Major internet providers say will not sell customer browsing histories
    Mar 31 2017 - Comcast Corp, Verizon Communications Inc and AT&T Inc said Friday they would not sell customers’ individual internet browsing information, days after the U.S. Congress approved legislation reversing Obama administration era internet privacy rules.
     
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    Open-internet rules are actually benefiting consumers...
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    How open-internet rules are actually helping consumers
    July 3, 2017 | Opponents of open-internet regulations have long argued that such rules will lead to slower broadband internet speeds. Their reasoning is that with more regulations in place, internet providers wouldn’t want to risk investing in the infrastructure needed to improve their networks, which would hurt consumers.

     

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