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I do agree that she should live her life and make her mistakes, but where I differ is this: if she can make fewer mistakes, she'll be the better for it.
In my estimation, the worst sin in life is believing you have a monopoly on the truth.
Compare that with Net Neutrality. I completely support Net Neutrality, as does almost every other Republican I know that is younger and/or understands the internet. The only ones really against it are the old guys who don't even understand it but simply say "Regulation is bad, mmmkay."
Contrasting anecdote: The younger Republicans that I know IRL and who have opinions on NN do not fit your description. They're posting "Government Control of the Internet!" articles on their social media.
I happen to think they're wrong, but that's what they're saying.
Given such, it can be hard to see who is others-centered and who is self-centered. Though some groups (as you point out) are obviously the latter, some may appear to be the former but are in fact just as self-centered.
Now siri will randomly call my sister if I don't set the phone down correctly.
His sister's name is "nippl-e."
and the devil decreed it--
It never belongs
to the people who need it.
~ Piet Hein
The term "telecommunications" means the transmission, between or among points specified by the user, of information of the user's choosing, without change in the form or content of the information as sent and received. (47 USC 153)
And the telcos reply with "But we do change the form, content and/or 'points specified by the user' of the information. How else could we inject tracking http headers and ads, and clone the information to Room 641a?"
Clearly they are not a telecommunication service.
Any fool can let go of a water balloon. The neat thing would be refilling and releasing it in a self-contained system.