Ron Paul Takes Up Internet Freedom With New 'Technology

The political positions of Ron Paul (R-TX), United States presidential candidate in 1988, 2008, and 2012, are generally described as libertarian, but have also been labeled conservative. Paul's nickname "Dr. No" reflects both his medical degree and his assertion that he will "never vote for legislation unless the proposed measure is expressly authorized by the Constitution". Bluebeerriver: Fraken on Net Neutrality Nov 09, 2011 Glenn Beck on FOX News talking about Net Neutrality Nov 23, 2010 Pros and Cons to Net Neutrality – What Side Are You On?

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An Update on Net Neutrality - An Update on Net Neutrality By Sara McKnight | February 13, 2015 | 0 . Last week’s big news in the tech industry was the announcement by FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler of his proposal to classify Internet as a telecommunications service using the FCC’s Title II authority under the Communications Act of 1934. Mayors from 12 U.S. Cities Will Refuse Business from Any Mar 12, 2018

Pros and Cons to Net Neutrality – What Side Are You On?

Net neutrality is intended to prevent companies that provide internet service from offering preferential treatment to certain content over their lines. The rules prevent, for instance, AT&T from charging a fee to companies that want to stream high-definition videos to people. Net Neutrality and the Problem with "Experts" Dec 12, 2017 Net Neutrality | The UpTake Franken: Net Neutrality “Biggest Issue Since Freedom of Religion” By admin | August 19, 2010 “Net Neutrality is the biggest issue since Freedom of Religion, which until last week I thought we had worked out” – Senator Al Franken. Al Franken is the only U.S. Senator with firsthand knowledge of TV networks.