doctorow — 2014-06-11T18:01:05-04:00 — #1
glitch — 2014-06-11T18:11:26-04:00 — #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 — 2014-06-11T18:27:49-04:00 — #3
They've also managed to pass a lobbyist off as the head of the FCC.
edgore — 2014-06-11T19:04:15-04:00 — #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 — 2014-06-11T22:36:09-04:00 — #5
The Zombie Greed Machine. Bow before it, as does the Supreme Court and Congress.
boundegar — 2014-06-12T00:16:19-04:00 — #6
There is not enough evidence to file charges, and pay no attention to the man behind the curtain.
kimmo — 2014-06-12T01:55:34-04:00 — #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 — 2014-06-12T09:12:48-04:00 — #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 — 2014-06-12T11:56:38-04:00 — #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 — 2014-06-12T13:32:59-04:00 — #10
A service representative will visit between the hours of 9AM and 6PM to remove you from the membership list.
doctorow — 2014-06-16T18:01:06-04:00 — #11
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