Trump’s Admin is Suing California to Overturn Their Net Neutrality Law

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  • TerraRiku
    Posted at 14:41h, 09 October

    California is doing something right? Well I guess hell finally froze over. California does a lot of things wrong but I think it is fantastic that they are fighting for net neutrality.

  • AkaiAzul
    Posted at 15:39h, 09 October

    Wow. So…Governor Jerry Brown for President 2020?

  • Malkhodr khady
    Posted at 17:08h, 09 October

    We live in the age of information, so if net neutrality is completely eliminated, than are we in the age of "*Information for a fee*". Yes I'm being a little serious, becuase for me I think everyone should have access to the same assets in order to truly prove a persons ability. If you had to do alot of research for a college paper and your comparing 2 students, 1 that has the money to pay ISP's ridiculous prices, and 1 that can only afford a very limited amount of Information, than who do you think will get a better grade, even if the one with less money has more skill they are being prohibited from the things they need to use their skill. Plz dont crucify me anti-net neutrality people.

  • 0perativeX
    Posted at 18:21h, 09 October

    The fact that something as huge as Net Neutrality got repealed without a public vote was illegal in my eyes. It was anti-competitive, anti-democratic and anti-American.

  • RoboVenturer
    Posted at 18:43h, 09 October

    😤 Illegal my &$@

  • demonfox51321
    Posted at 18:45h, 09 October

    Time to vote them out then damn old bastards

  • Jimmy Wertz
    Posted at 18:56h, 09 October

    I love what California is doing I'm about to pack up and move there.

  • Thefunmuffin
    Posted at 22:52h, 09 October

    GOP: We're all for state rights
    California: We're gonna pass a state net neutrality law

  • Jonathon Loomis
    Posted at 01:16h, 10 October

    This may get to the Supreme Court, where the issue will be 10th amendment vs the Supremacy Clause of the US constitution. Hmmm, I wonder how the tainted court will rule.

  • Mr. FLiP MunEy
    Posted at 02:25h, 10 October

    What about state rights.

  • Quiquiriquí
    Posted at 02:27h, 10 October

    Just gotta love how are voices land on death ears

  • Nate
    Posted at 03:14h, 10 October

    Give us a free narket, not removing every bit of competion and then giving us a flawed "patch" and then taking it away! Seriously, if they were to be reg the market and then get rid of net neutrality, I would be for that. But this, no way. Freaking stupid. Also they are trying to crush state rights, again.What happened to the original model were the feds didn't have much power over states?

  • George Cowsert
    Posted at 03:40h, 10 October

    There are few things I think the government should limit, but net Neutrality is among that minority.

    Did ya know that people have died because they couldn't contact the fire department because Verizon throttled their connection?


    That alone is enough to warrant Net Neutrality being in the goddamn constitution.

  • raylewis60
    Posted at 03:41h, 10 October

    they never learn

  • henry landivar
    Posted at 04:38h, 10 October

    Some one please explain to me why it is a good thing to kill NN?

  • Larry Chauncey
    Posted at 04:52h, 10 October

    What a day

  • Skylar Asiala
    Posted at 06:20h, 10 October

    Honestly, I'm in favor of net neutrality simply because I don't like having to bypass Verizon throttling my "unlimited" plan.

  • Wolfy NightWolf
    Posted at 09:01h, 10 October

    Uh WTF

  • StaticStrike
    Posted at 10:09h, 10 October

    i'm embarrassed as a conservative

  • Philip Mørch
    Posted at 13:08h, 10 October

    It's just so hilariously dumb, Net Neutrality should be a no brainier, as there is literally no downsides to having it.

  • Squek
    Posted at 14:42h, 10 October

    No neutrality means it becomes turf war with companies and they decide to make people their bitch.

    I'm pro NN you can't change my mind.

  • Kyech K
    Posted at 14:56h, 10 October

    Go EUA!! Fuck these lobist hard!!

  • Manuel Delgado
    Posted at 15:56h, 10 October

    keep chinese antics away from the internet!!!

  • Biotear
    Posted at 16:13h, 10 October

    DOJ: Damn brat, I'll sue!
    California: Becomes the NCR

  • hiram esquivel
    Posted at 17:40h, 10 October

    Go Cali!!!!

  • Sarcalogos Tortolero
    Posted at 18:05h, 10 October

    But why, I expected them to leave it to the states they’re Republicans they’re usually all about leaving it to the states

  • FF14 FAN 24
    Posted at 19:47h, 10 October

    Lets show the telacom basters who have the power to make and break them . let get rig of internet ,tv and other services ect for 1 month thay will see it our way

  • Aki Ami Masen
    Posted at 19:56h, 10 October

    Since when Trump is against the something illegal?TRUMP you SUCK's
    I love capitalism:-) So if you don't like DARK SIDE PINK of the FORCE T-fighter-Mobile then you can go into other mobile corp. such as Virgin or ORANGE etc.
    But in some way I don't like d' AGENT ORANGE TRUMP!
    So I will stay with T-Mobile:-)

  • HerrenGamingNews
    Posted at 20:15h, 10 October

    Looking at this from the outside (I'm Canadian) I can see this being the Hill that Trump dies on for the 2020 election

  • Josh Blount
    Posted at 21:14h, 10 October

    Somewhere, Ajit Pai is laying in a bed with a bowl of Reese Pieces on his stomach. Laughing as the American people try to undo the damage he's done for his corporate masters.

  • LennonScript126
    Posted at 01:08h, 11 October

    I'm conservative and this is why the GOP is fucking trash. They don't stand for their cause, they stand for donors and special interests, when they should include everyone else as well. By the way, THIS IS NOT FEDERALISM!!!

  • AR GamingRiver
    Posted at 01:59h, 11 October

    I fucking hate how republicans suck corporate dick so hard and fuck over the general people to fatten the wealthy

  • xVicious Knightx
    Posted at 02:30h, 11 October

    These people really do just want to fuck America over.

  • Ash Kebora
    Posted at 02:50h, 11 October

    Now you say Republicans will pay a high cost, but many, many republicans have been brainwashed by these paid off politicians to think that Net Neutrality is somehow bad for the internet… Somehow, some of them think that Net Neutrality means ISPs have to go out of their way to make sure all traffic goes at 'the same speed'… Conveniently conflating response time with bandwidth. I've heard descriptions saying both "Well, they'll have to make sure all of your traffic gets there at the same time!" and "Well, they'll have to give your messenger app the same bandwidth as Netflix!"

    Both of these are extremely, extremely ignorant to both how the internet functions, and the language within the bills… Even worse, I've heard one of these points said by a software engineer . Republicans really are completely brainwashed to hate good things.

  • Randal Jeffrey
    Posted at 03:41h, 11 October

    Ah, the glory of conservative capitalism. Stamp out all competition and strangle your customers like EA with a lootbox fetish.

  • Hitler in Disguise
    Posted at 04:01h, 11 October

    If Trump wasn't elected, this probably wouldn't be happening. Let that sink in.

  • Smitty Werbenjagermanjensen
    Posted at 04:44h, 11 October

    Boy, it sure is funny seeing all these comments about preparing bomb shelters and calling Trump a dictator because of the internet. A real hoot.

  • dtwhitehouse
    Posted at 11:38h, 11 October

    Dotard Trump is an idiot. another 8 trillion in debt added already in less than 2 years with his tax breaks for the wealthy. Ford losing 1 Billion dollars and laying people off due to his tariffs. FBI investigations out the wazoo on his admin. he sucks.

  • ScrmblesThDethDealer
    Posted at 16:43h, 11 October

    Oh I thought right wingers were all for states rights? Jk they only are for what suits their interests.

  • Meya Enyo
    Posted at 17:01h, 11 October

    States shall make no law against the constitution, where is broadband law in the constitution? I doubt it has any in there so Federal government does not have a leg to stand on here. States have full right to make this law as long as it does not go against constitution. I side with Republicans but this right here kinda makes me think no one in the government is on our side. They like to play us against each other but will come together when it's an issue that will benefit them or their friends more.

  • Meya Enyo
    Posted at 17:07h, 11 October

    For once CA does something right, maybe if more States come to adopt same policy we can shut up that shit bag in charge of FCC and maybe get him replaced with someone who actually knows a thing or two about the internet.

  • Ruston Young
    Posted at 18:27h, 11 October

    Can't wait until the FBI or whoever starts using artificial intelligence to keep track of and analyse all financial transactions of people on the government payroll to keep them honest.

  • John Hinton
    Posted at 21:25h, 11 October

    California doing something right for once?

  • Liberty Prime
    Posted at 23:26h, 11 October

    I'm no fan of Jerry Brown and the current government in California
    Cough Is that a plastic straw in your hand? Cough but I can't be more happy that California is doing this, and that it's triggering little pai and the corporate shills behind the repeal

  • gaming fanatic
    Posted at 00:00h, 12 October

    It's kind of ironic that free gun rights are a Republican ideal so they can protect their states rights yet here a Republican president is trying to bully a state into submission.