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Yawn Slow internet connection.

I think it's bad now. It will only get worse under Pai

Electronic Freedom Foundation.

The FCC’s 2015 Open Internet Order was a huge victory for Internet users. Thanks to the millions of us who spoke up for a free and open Internet, we won essential net neutrality protections.

Now those protections could disappear, as

Monopolost FCC Chairman Aijit Pai

is considering reversing the Open Internet Order and giving major telecommunications companies an unprecedented level of control over how we use the Internet.Please tell your members of Congress to oppose efforts to roll back net neutrality protections.

The FCC’s public comment period has ended, but it’s not too late to speak out for net neutrality.

So what do I do now?

Please urge your members of Congress to oppose efforts to roll back net neutrality protections?

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I wrote a harsh message. I've never been known for tact.
The Monopolist Chairman Aijit Pai objective to provide high speed lanes for his internet kickback pals has never been what internet was about.

It should have always been a public service such as a library or telephone.

After Pai gets the goo wiped off his lover lip, and has an enema he'll make a ton of money in the private industry.  

He certianly isn't working for the public.

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What Pai will do with the internet is just part of the monopolistic plans he has for cable, broadcast TV, radio, and news print.

He's a disease that will infect democracy.

Only opions - not facts. In Trump land there are no facts.

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