FCC seems to have lost hundreds of thousands of net neutrality comments


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North Korean hackers trying to get back in good graces with the US Government?


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Well it’s not like they were going to pay attention to them anyhow. 700,000 comments have less weight than $70 in their pocket from a Comcast lobbyist.


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Dogs eat more than homework, I guess.


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I think I have the answer!

As prophetically described by noted network technology analyst and infrasructure expert Ted Stevens:

“Ten movies streaming across that, that Internet, and what happens to
your own personal Internet? I just the other day got… an Internet was
sent by my staff at 10 o’clock in the morning on Friday. I got it
yesterday [Tuesday]. Why? Because it got tangled up with all these
things going on the Internet commercially.
[…] They want to deliver vast amounts of information over the
Internet. And again, the Internet is not something that you just dump
something on. It’s not a big truck. It’s a series of tubes. And
if you don’t understand, those tubes can be filled and if they are
filled, when you put your message in, it gets in line and it’s going to
be delayed by anyone that puts into that tube enormous amounts of
material, enormous amounts of material.”

The obvious conclusion is that the enormous amounts if material being put onto those poor ISPs just tangled up the comments before the FCC could get them. Hoist on your own petard, ‘network neutrality’!


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Does it really matter? Even without those thousands it’s 99 to 1.


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Did they check with the NSA?


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Hey guys I found them! Over here in Tom Wheeler’s trash!


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