doctorow at June 11th, 2014 18:01 — #1
glitch at June 11th, 2014 18:11 — #2
So is there some law they've broken in doing this? Fraud? Libel? Slander? Impersonation? Identity Theft? Something? Or are they just going to walk away consequence free, like usual?
thadboyd at June 11th, 2014 18:27 — #3
They've also managed to pass a lobbyist off as the head of the FCC.
edgore at June 11th, 2014 19:04 — #4
It's simple - membership is handled on an opt-out basis. This is a standard industry practice that benefits consumers and provides unbeatable convenience.
melted_crayons at June 11th, 2014 22:36 — #5
The Zombie Greed Machine. Bow before it, as does the Supreme Court and Congress.
boundegar at June 12th, 2014 00:16 — #6
There is not enough evidence to file charges, and pay no attention to the man behind the curtain.
kimmo at June 12th, 2014 01:55 — #7
Okay, we get it - the world is run by dirty rotten low-down rat bastard motherfuckers.
So what do we fucking do about it?
ironedithkidd at June 12th, 2014 09:12 — #8
This is an outright fraud. If average Joe Citizen perpetrates something like this, there's a good chance of jail time in Joe's future. If some baloneyshit lobbying group does it, it's just another day at the office.
daedalus at June 12th, 2014 11:56 — #9
Idea: make a pro-Net Neutrality "organization" (via a website) and list a bunch of cable company lobbying groups as members. Including Broadband for America. Toss on some business orgs for fun. Whatever. Make it up. No one cares.
deedub at June 12th, 2014 13:32 — #10
A service representative will visit between the hours of 9AM and 6PM to remove you from the membership list.
doctorow at June 16th, 2014 18:01 — #11
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