ISP Giants Team Up for Lawsuit Against Cali’s Net Neutrality Law

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  • TheDiamondApple
    Posted at 01:06h, 19 October

    The US took our money for infrastructure, they bribed California companies, they tax us the most for the rest of the US, in a war they will most probably abandon us for other states. I smell rebellion.

  • Puddingcess
    Posted at 02:40h, 19 October

    “Because fuck you and your law! We are the reasonable people here, even though we hindered rescue efforts during the wildfire, endangering human lives for money. We’re the good guys!”

  • Krystal
    Posted at 05:00h, 19 October

    Now if only someone put Ajit into a casket… maybe then they would stop trying to throttle shit?

    I probably ended up on an NSA watchlist saying that lol

  • Majidur Rahman
    Posted at 09:14h, 19 October

    Take man's internet speed by force, send man lag by force

  • Game Boy
    Posted at 22:42h, 19 October

    I heard Donald Trump is getting re-elected or something like that. If he's gone, does that we no longer have Ajit Pai in the FCC?

  • SilentDProductions
    Posted at 23:26h, 20 October

    I don't why people that have everything they want already….could want more. Greed amazes me every single day……and not in a good way. For Ajit Pai and every other bed partner in the broadband industry to even exist makes my stomach turn. I hope California wins this case. All I can do is hope for the best.

  • MinkytheMinkY
    Posted at 02:12h, 21 October

    PSA: most Californians detest "Cali", it is the most vile shortened name for California. So jarring. Yes the state's name is long, so stick to the abbreviation, CA if you must shorten the spelling. You're better off just saying "California".we'll respect you.

  • ItsDaKoolaidDude
    Posted at 06:11h, 21 October

    They'll need the US Military to change our minds, corporations don't scare us.

  • Darth Vader
    Posted at 07:37h, 21 October

    These corporate shills can suck my fat cock

  • Darian Wade
    Posted at 16:22h, 21 October

    What happened to all the lawsuits on the FCC?

  • Black Mammoth
    Posted at 16:36h, 21 October

    What happened to that "State's Rights" thing that republicans are always going on about?

  • Otto Ernst
    Posted at 17:47h, 21 October

    We really should either stip there public utility status and tear them all down for being monopolys and or get rid of the FCC because they time and again are anti american and really have only caused harm

  • KDC705
    Posted at 19:37h, 21 October

    I'm starting to think that big ISPs are why we can't have nice things.

  • Darkness8536
    Posted at 01:59h, 22 October

    Wish we had lawmakers like that here in Florida. Really hoping California can pull this off.

  • Doom Blaze852
    Posted at 07:07h, 22 October

    my question is when is California just going to either seperate from the U.S or sue the F.C.C. just questions no specific meanings intended based on my opinion I entitled to and no im not saying and thing against our country that would not be my opinion if you understand , good if not then think harder

  • tsun dude
    Posted at 08:25h, 22 October

    When the world becomes more about pay to play rather than about players experience….

  • Blammo D
    Posted at 17:21h, 22 October

    Shameless greedy pieces of shit, they are.

  • Blammo D
    Posted at 17:23h, 22 October

    DEAR ELON MUSK – Please create a powerful new fast and free internet that cares about privacy and totally screws over these shitty ISPs who are greedy and bow to all sorts of political and corporate agendas.

  • Gecko o
    Posted at 22:12h, 22 October

    Men that is greedy, internet providers already make millions for their service, do they really need to kill the internet freedom for some extra cents?

  • schoolruler2
    Posted at 23:22h, 22 October

    I use VPN, so if I use "their" app it will still go against data caps.

  • TheUnKnownGamer
    Posted at 07:25h, 23 October

    Can we give them all some huge huge huge fines this shit is ridiculous and I'm tired of it

  • Terrence Timmons
    Posted at 12:07h, 23 October

    California should raise their taxes to 90%. See how they like that shit. Win or lose, Cali should make them pay for this action.

  • Darharhar Har
    Posted at 15:41h, 23 October

    100% agree let's hope this gets upheld.

  • John Walker II
    Posted at 15:44h, 23 October

    Wireless association, internet and television association, american cable association = "… protecting the open intertnet …"

    yea, I smell a severe case of gaslighting here.

  • 2 Vectors
    Posted at 17:42h, 23 October

    I don't understand how they can even say the california law isn't legal. The FCC isn't a law making body, it's part of the executive branch meaning it enforces laws set by congress, it cannot make it's own laws, so the stipulation that bans states from making their own laws of net neutrality is literally null, it's the FCC trying to overstep it's authority and impose a law on the people when it has no such power.

  • Adam Blakeslee
    Posted at 17:53h, 23 October

    I would like to point out that since Verizon vs FCC is valid again, the FCC no longer has any right to interfere in Californian Law.

  • Flo
    Posted at 17:55h, 23 October

    But State Rights!

  • GothicGamer2012
    Posted at 18:08h, 23 October

    Can't these fucking maggots just fuck off and accept people want net neutrality and not what greedy ass corporations think is the best for them? Ffs.

  • TheDBall73
    Posted at 11:59h, 24 October

    The Unites States of America will die.
    In it's place will be…. The United Corporations of America.

  • Jacob6853
    Posted at 17:06h, 24 October

    If California finally secedes from the Corporate States of America I plan on trying to move there then burn passport.

  • WikiPL
    Posted at 20:35h, 24 October

    You know at this point one thing is sure, regardless of who's gonna win, the California lawmakers are already in the history of the internet as heroes.

  • 0x1A3C3E7
    Posted at 13:12h, 25 October

    I'll be more than happy to give up net neutrality if the ISPs give of geographical protections.

  • Jey Tee
    Posted at 17:25h, 25 October

    Man, there really is no low corporate ‘murica won’t go to to get their dirty money. God, this country makes me sick

  • Jonathan
    Posted at 19:31h, 25 October