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Comment: Good Reason (Score 1) 398

by Jaysyn (#47178749) Attached to: The Ethics Cloud Over Ballmer's $2 Billion B-Ball Buy

The signatures on the letter reads like a who's who of ISP industry presidents and CEOs, including AT&T's Randall Stephenson, Cox Communications' Patrick Esser, NCTA president (and former FCC commissioner) Michael Powell, Verizon's Lowell McAdam, and Comcast's Brian Roberts.

Case closed, we all know they know what's best for us, right?

Comment: Re:The FCC has no right to dictate terms (Score 1) 208

by Jaysyn (#47054959) Attached to: Congress Unhappy With FCC's Proposed Changes To Net Neutrality

As someone who, over the past 20 years, has designed outside plant for literally every single major ISP in the country, his ideas are hilarious. It's like a plumber watching House M.D. & then telling a neurosurgeon that he could do it better. "They can just upgrade the poles!" "They can just bury everything they can't put on a pole!" "Who care about that gas line & power cable!"

Comment: Re:Eliminate the FCC (Score 1) 182

by Jaysyn (#47011791) Attached to: FCC Votes To Consider Next Round of 'Net Neutrality' Rules

Congress created the FCC in 1934 to "regulate interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite, and cable". If they had the political will, they could disband it just as easily. They could also revisit the FCCs charter periodically to make sure that it's keeping up with technological progress. Instead, they'd rather hold 50+ votes on repealing the Affordable Care Act.

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