FCC Plots Murder of Blogs on Behalf of Billionaire Media Lords
If you thought corporations played a big role in your life already, just wait until tomorrow when the FCC gives up on trying to find a way to enforce equal access to broadband and finally kills net neutrality.
What does this mean? It means that the companies with more money and more bankrolling (and a better way to bribe services like Comcast) will have more broadband, while other, smaller companies that haven’t curried favor with their corporate overlords are going to be left with the table scraps. ISPs cannot legally slow traffic on purpose, but when you have a two tier system and the corporate approach to ethics (that is, “catch me doing something wrong, I dare you”), how do you tell the difference between slow and “slow?”