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Comment: Re:What? (Score 1) 98

by ArcadeMan (#48933703) Attached to: Canada Upholds Net Neutrality Rules In Wireless TV Case

Bell and Videotron, for example, would like nothing better than to crush Netflix, iTunes, etc and basically force us to use their streaming services instead. This levels the playing field and may actually force them to make the monthly quotas higher if they want people to subscribe to their services.

Comment: Re:What? (Score 1) 98

by ArcadeMan (#48933667) Attached to: Canada Upholds Net Neutrality Rules In Wireless TV Case

1. Remove lobbying and all forms of donations since it's bribery. All parties are allocated the same budget for advertising, the only difference is that they each decide how, where and when to spend it as long as it's advertising (movies, TV, radio, print, Web) for themselves and no one else.

2. Make it illegal to talk about the other parties. Tell me what you have done and what you are planning to do instead of shitting on someone else with half-truths.

Comment: Re:Headline stupidity (Score 2) 140

by ArcadeMan (#48933023) Attached to: Former NATO Nuclear Bunker Now an 'Airless' Unmanned Data Center

on the plus side it makes running the deep fryer in the control center very efficient.

2018: In order to be more environmentally-friendly with their servers, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter and Google have announced a partnership with McDonald's. Your next order of french fries will help save the environment! Apple declined to comment on oil cooling but mentioned that their new campus would bring about a new era of solar power gathered from orbit.

Factorials were someone's attempt to make math LOOK exciting.

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