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Unread 22-11-2017, 01:19 PM
Sparky***
 
Default Net Neutrality and how big american companies are going to ruin the internet for everyone

Take a look at this shit.

Won't be long now before the internet as we know it is totally dead, replaced by whatever it is that Amazon and Google want you to look at. Pretty much the death of any small businesses, any small websites and your internet package being broken up into bite sized chunks that will work out a f*** load more expensive. Your phone contract will probably go the same way too.

This is going through congress now where they're trying to repeal net neutrality. The ISP's and big companies all want rid of it so they can basically screw us.




 
Unread 22-11-2017, 01:29 PM
Baron
 
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Theresa May's wet dream this, the f***ing c***.

The Internet is the last bastion of freedom & as ever, we f*** it up because people don't understand it & governments decry it's openness as a security risk.
 
Unread 22-11-2017, 01:30 PM
goldfinger II
 
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What's net neutrality?

Oh.
 
Unread 22-11-2017, 01:34 PM
Sparky***
 
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Originally Posted by goldfinger II
What's net neutrality?
The legislation that says the internet is a neutral space that favours no one company or website.

You pay one price to access everything, at the same speed for each site. You can access this page as easily as you can access Amazon for instance.

To throw that out basically leaves the internet as we know it dead. It'll be carved up by the huge providers and websites and they'll feed it to you in bitesized chunks that you'll have to pay to access.

imagine ...

£5 a month for email
£5 a month to play games online
£5 a month to have messaging
£5 a month for nextflix or youtube

etc etc
 
Unread 22-11-2017, 01:35 PM
Baron
 
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Originally Posted by goldfinger II
What's net neutrality?
How much do you pay for your broadband subscription now?

£20 a month? £40 a month?

Basically, that is a one off, you get to access everything... you're online, do as you please - don't get your ISIS on etc, obviously, but ultimately it's all there for you.

This version means the internet is broken down into segments, and you'll be paying for what you subscribe to based on categorisations that are defined by government & the likes of Google / Microsoft / Facebook / Amazon etc. Once they have the ability to know exactly what you do, every single time you go online, because it's neatly segregated, you'll be paying ten times the amount & they'll know you like to watch dog p*rn & will probably send targeted ads to you for diamante collars & the like.
 
Unread 22-11-2017, 01:35 PM
dunk
 
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Sparky***
The legislation that says the internet is a neutral space that favours no one company or website.

You pay one price to access everything, at the same speed for each site. You can access this page as easily as you can access Amazon for instance.

To throw that out basically leaves the internet as we know it dead. It'll be carved up by the huge providers and websites and they'll feed it to you in bitesized chunks that you'll have to pay to access.

imagine ...

£5 a month for email
£5 a month to play games online
£5 a month to have messaging
£5 a month for nextflix or youtube

etc etc
And then subscriptions on top of that.

Greedy Capitalist f***ing bastards.

They want to charge us as much as possible for any little pleasure life has to offer.
 
Unread 22-11-2017, 01:35 PM
Poop
 
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Not to mention £100 a month for 'adult content'.
 
Unread 22-11-2017, 01:36 PM
Baron
 
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Unread 22-11-2017, 01:39 PM
waynes ear's
 
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for me, Sparky ruins the internet every time he logs on tbh
 
Unread 22-11-2017, 02:01 PM
Jethro
 
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Absolute f***ing corrupt c***s. It's bad enough you have to pay for something that should be free, but this?

If it happens over here I am done. Back to the stoneage
 
Unread 22-11-2017, 02:06 PM
Zorg
 
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Baron
How much do you pay for your broadband subscription now?

£20 a month? £40 a month?

Basically, that is a one off, you get to access everything... you're online, do as you please - don't get your ISIS on etc, obviously, but ultimately it's all there for you.

This version means the internet is broken down into segments, and you'll be paying for what you subscribe to based on categorisations that are defined by government & the likes of Google / Microsoft / Facebook / Amazon etc. Once they have the ability to know exactly what you do, every single time you go online, because it's neatly segregated, you'll be paying ten times the amount & they'll know you like to watch dog p*rn & will probably send targeted ads to you for diamante collars & the like.
I was under the impression Google etc supported neutrality? Am I being dead naive?

I honestly can't see how can possibly work. Small businesses would be strangled before they started. They're absolutely mental. On the plus side, it would be hilarious to see loads of mouth-breathing Trump supporters going crazy. 'But her emails (in a separate bundle for $8.99 a month)'.
 
Unread 22-11-2017, 02:07 PM
Bunker Buster
 
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Get a burner laptop and use the dark net...



Loads more ‘deals’
 
Unread 22-11-2017, 02:08 PM
Jethro
 
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Bunker Buster
Get a burner laptop and use the dark net...



Loads more ‘deals’
Eh up. Dead Pirate Roberts is in
 
Unread 22-11-2017, 02:10 PM
Gypsum Fantastic
 
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just jump to TOR no?
 
Unread 22-11-2017, 02:11 PM
Baron
 
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Originally Posted by Zorg
I was under the impression Google etc supported neutrality? Am I being dead naive?

I honestly can't see how can possibly work. Small businesses would be strangled before they started. They're absolutely mental. On the plus side, it would be hilarious to see loads of mouth-breathing Trump supporters going crazy. 'But her emails (in a separate bundle for $8.99 a month)'.
They may well do, not like they're struggling is it. But Silicon Valley in general are massively duplicitous c***s. Here's an article on the big guns & their stance.

Companies like Facebook & their use of Free Basic for developing countries etc, they effectively want everyone else to use their version of the internet & tbh Google will be no different in the grand scheme of things, despite what they say in public. They already give access to your Gmail account to the US government once the data is >30 days (or less, can't remember, point is, if you have a Gmail account you agree they can scan your mail).
 
Unread 22-11-2017, 02:13 PM
Bunker Buster
 
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Jethro
Eh up. Dead Pirate Roberts is in
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gypsum Fantastic
just jump to TOR no?


Gypsum knows
 
Unread 22-11-2017, 02:30 PM
Sparky***
 
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Bunker Buster
Get a burner laptop and use the dark net...



Loads more ‘deals’
Ey up lads. ANONYMOUS is here.

Quote:
Originally Posted by waynes ear's
for me, Sparky ruins the internet every time he logs on tbh
That’s just cheered me up.
 
Unread 22-11-2017, 02:32 PM
Lok
 
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As someone who has paid no attention to this, I pose this simple question:

Why wouldn't an independent ISP offer an open service and make a fortune?

Is the fear that Google etc... will refuse connection attempts from such ISPs?

Or is the fear that we're moving to wide scale public wifi and that the traditional infrastructure will die and we'll be forced into one of these services as Google/Facebook/Amazon are likely to be implementing the new infra?

The MEO example listed is still an 'open' model so to speak. You get 10gb to do whatever the f*** you want and then on top of that you pay for your bundles. Surely there will be a 'general f***ing about' bundle.

It just seems like a different way of dividing bandwidth so they can charge heavy users more.
 
Unread 22-11-2017, 02:39 PM
shenwen
 
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Originally Posted by Bunker Buster


Gypsum knows
So I would imagine do the ISPs and big corporations. Anonymity is not the same as open access.

Pay to play, or huge throttling
 
Unread 22-11-2017, 02:41 PM
TheFatGoth
 
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Tbf the internet has been in steady decline since everyone's mum, gran, kid, journalists and the government started using it.
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