A HUGE WIN Just Happened For Net Neutrality

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  • Published: 02 October 2019
  • The FCC has won a key bid to uphold its repeal of net neutrality but this is a win for us! Now each state can put it's own Net Neutrality laws in place. Let's discuss.

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Comments • 1 678

  • zetsumeinaito
    zetsumeinaito  22 minutes back

    ...It's still a loss. This is just divide and conquer now. I feel Mr. Host has fallen for the most basic psychology tactic. Create a huge mess, so that any success from the opponent feels like a win to them, while it's still a huge advantage for yourself. Saved our king, but at the cost of our queen and our pieces are scattered all over the board. Still fucked , but still in the game 'for now'.

    • MadLink
      MadLink  6 hours back

      That is true Rich. Alex Jones products do have lead. Youngevity had enough lead, mercury, arsenic, aluminium, etc to cause real issues.

      • Ransom Messenger
        Ransom Messenger  7 hours back

        Net Neutrality is not good!!!!!! keep the government out of my fucking internet!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

        • Joe Bernard
          Joe Bernard  8 hours back

          And Anything anything free these days now or are you say one guy hire him as president rock Obama fired him and that the rock Obama now we can’t because of race of freedom speech on the news media or you can look that up

          • osmacar
            osmacar  9 hours back

            This is what i hear from ajit pai “put put ting ting, aaee aaee aaee, woga woga wog“ sounds stupid? Good, cause he is beyond that, this doesn't affect me much given am english

            • The Commenter
              The Commenter  10 hours back

              Let me just express how this makes me feel *Gasm face*

              • Sanya Bennett
                Sanya Bennett  17 hours back

                Yet when NN got repelled my internet prices went down and my speeds up???
                ?????
                Local company

                • Victor Kreed
                  Victor Kreed  1 days back

                  You sir are doing very good work.

                  • AlphaStorm
                    AlphaStorm  2 days back

                    The terms liberal and conservative are largely thrown around without much thought to what the meaning behind the words are. It's like how people misuse the descriptor 'Communist'. To call someone a communist means that you're saying they support the communist ideologies, which means you're saying they also support people's wages being the same. And, while it does have it's major disadvantages (people who work more being paid the same as people who don't do jackshit, etc. I understand that it is genuinely unfair), you can't call everyone a communist just because they believe differently than you. I saw a comment on a rather controversial Facebook post recently, and someone who was trying to explain a certain political view (I can't remember which) was called a communist for absolutely zero reason. Let me put things this way; just because liberals support something doesn't mean it has the liberalism ideologies behind it. The same goes for conservatives. Just because the conservatives support something doesn't mean the conservative ideologies are behind it. I know it is largely the case for politics, but that rule still holds true. That being said (and here comes the flack, but you KNOW it's true): am I the only one who's noticed that there are more conservatives complaining about liberal ideologies than there are liberals complaining about conservative ideologies? Just me? Yes?

                    • jimbo9357
                      jimbo9357  2 days back

                      Dude if the political establishment is for Net Neutrality, IT'S NOT GOING TO BE GOOD FOR US. Just a way for the gov to get thier hooks into the internet. By the time these yoyos figure out what they want to regulate and how to impliment it, the internet will be a hundred miles down the road. WAKE UP. Next thing we know we'll have some kind of point system like China. The internet will survive but once Big Brother gets it's tentacles around it, not so sure. Not perfect but the free market is a 1000% better for internet users than a government regulated system. Government wants to control it not make better.

                      • Michael Kevin Millet
                        Michael Kevin Millet  2 days back

                        Vote with you wallet!

                        • Thomas Gonzalez
                          Thomas Gonzalez  2 days back

                          Stop being tribalistic left and right think for a minute and then you will see net neutrality is literally a human right.

                          • The Skipper
                            The Skipper  2 days back

                            Its refreshing to hear some common sense. You give me hope for America.

                            • GODLESS101
                              GODLESS101  2 days back

                              The government is corrupt whether it is national or local because HUMANS are corrupt and cheaply bought and paid for. While I am somewhat optimistic that Net Nuetrality will survive in some form in some states for some time eventually the constant wave of human corruption will inevitably infect those states as well. Bottom line, Net Neutrality is bad for business and companies will work tirelessly to further corrupt our system of government for their own ends . . . and they will eventually win because of the very nature of people themselves.

                              • haole08067
                                haole08067  2 days back

                                Amen

                                • DYhalto250
                                  DYhalto250  3 days back

                                  Or letting the market decide. And keep the government out of things.

                                  • Steve Casey
                                    Steve Casey  3 days back

                                    Net neutrality is a misnomer. Hardly anyone knows what it actually did, but it sounds nice. You think people would learn that politicians are really good at coming up with innocuous sounding names for their poorly crafted/overpriced schemes, but hey, it's just money.

                                    • Karl Uffe Mortensen
                                      Karl Uffe Mortensen  3 days back

                                      internet censurship... china=usa=russia all the same

                                      • Riley Boudreau
                                        Riley Boudreau  3 days back

                                        Actually Rich, Canada has been protected by Net Neutrality since 1993 under telecommunications act. However, big companies such a Telus and the biggest in Canada: Bell.... They have a tendency to operate under the principal of ask for forgiveness not permission. Every time they've pulled these kinds of stunts they ultimately pay the price.

                                        • kevinfet
                                          kevinfet  3 days back

                                          Both sides of this fence will still screw over end users. Nothing good is going to come of this either way.

                                          • Matthew Zepess
                                            Matthew Zepess  3 days back

                                            Net neutrality is basically the only thing in place stopping your current isp from banning you from researching other providers. Imagine the day where you can’t see Verizon on a Comcast network lol

                                            • Shadows Within
                                              Shadows Within  3 days back

                                              Okay, I've watched quite a few of your video's now, and liked them all so it's time to subscribe.

                                              • Matt B
                                                Matt B  4 days back

                                                Maybe Verizon has their arms up Shapiro and Jones' @ss for a puppet routine. 🤷‍♂️

                                                • lance mulkey
                                                  lance mulkey  4 days back

                                                  I don't mind getting rid of net neutrality as long as there is a baseline speed for smaller websites to have access to
                                                  That way ISPs can innovate with the extra money brought in from larger companies and ultimately provide better service cheaper

                                                  • Michael Hester
                                                    Michael Hester  4 days back

                                                    This is why I subbed Rich is honest and cares about the facts and he's not afraid to tell it like it is thanks Rich

                                                    • gamergeek 1213
                                                      gamergeek 1213  4 days back

                                                      i just feel america is slowly becoming a
                                                      Corporatocracy

                                                      • Joe Al
                                                        Joe Al  20 hours back

                                                        Still better off than most countries ...

                                                    • Miso Mama
                                                      Miso Mama  4 days back

                                                      its sad when you have to sue gov entities within your own country in order to invoke the bill of rights in order to have information to make real decisions like who you vote for or having access to information for handling your investment when stock drops at a company because some dumbass got caught out doing something stupid from the top down or at the line staff level. attempts to guarantee the 99%-ers stay in the dark...vloggers and bloggers or anyone else who wants to use the internet to earn an income as a self employed person who want to monetize their sites need to wake up to this.

                                                      • TeddyxxMexx
                                                        TeddyxxMexx  4 days back

                                                        Lets never forget wheb Trump Appointed Ajit Pi. Rich says he dosen't care about political philosophy, yeah but your disregarding, was philosophy took away Net Neutrality, yes it almost happned during the Obama administration, but it never went through.

                                                        • MDKAI
                                                          MDKAI  4 days back

                                                          SUCK IT, PAI

                                                          • David Beppler
                                                            David Beppler  5 days back

                                                            For Billions of dollars I am sure that the FCC will play it state by state. Remember California is unwelcome in the USA, per republican talking points. Even thought it is almost 15% of the entire GDP!

                                                            • Wabefuhon
                                                              Wabefuhon  5 days back

                                                              Now I'm curious if Tunnel Bear works by bypassing filters set by providers.

                                                              • Angel Speedy
                                                                Angel Speedy  5 days back

                                                                @ReviewTechUSA Where are your sources in the description, bro?? 😒

                                                                • Taylor Davison
                                                                  Taylor Davison  5 days back

                                                                  Let's get this straight: net neutrality is essential to a free market. It's also essential to keep the Internet free of censorship (Google is not the Internet, it's a search engine/browser). Those people saying that the Internet should be run like a public utility while also claiming to be against big government obviously have no self awareness. Those who say that having no Internet is a good thing are even more oblivious. The reason our world is working faster and more efficiently than it has ever before is because of the Internet. Yes, it has its flaws, but so does real life. We are increasingly moving toward a world where the Internet is used for anything that would benefit from Internet access, including business and file archiving. I guarantee that turning the Internet into a public utility will almost instantly change the minds of those who are advocating for it.

                                                                  • KDMag 88
                                                                    KDMag 88  5 days back

                                                                    I never met one person who was against net neutrality once they learned what net neutrality was.

                                                                    • DarthDragonGodBluemax300

                                                                      Someone send the Cartman iPad fk me scene to fcc and edit net neutrality into it

                                                                      • ItsDaKoolaidDude
                                                                        ItsDaKoolaidDude  5 days back

                                                                        good god i forgot how much of a punchable face Ajhit has.


                                                                        it seriously looks like its *_begging_* desperately to get haymaker'd.

                                                                        • QUSAGE
                                                                          QUSAGE  5 days back

                                                                          It would be nice if something was done about data limits.

                                                                          Wtf good is 1gbps if after 1 terabyte I get charged $10 for each additional 50GB....ON HOME BROADBAND SERVICE?

                                                                          • Ak Hannar
                                                                            Ak Hannar  5 days back

                                                                            A market is only actually free market, if there are regulations ensuring that it is free. When there are no regulations, MONOPOLY gets in and the biggest player on that market actively crushes everyone else and stays on the top with no chance of change. Same goes for net neutrality (i'm bringing up the market stuff, because I heard people saying that no net neutrality will be offset by free-market environment).


                                                                            Get this - I don't know how this is in the US, but in many European countries there is a law that states that you are not allowed to sell products cheaper than the cost to produce them. If you think that this is a pointless regulation because nobody would do that, as there is no profit in that put yourself in the example below:


                                                                            You establish a brand new company producing (for example) quality, yet affordable wooden chairs. You are entering the market and suddenly the biggest company in that market, who also produces wooden chairs, lowers their prices to a half of your lowest possible price, yet uses the same materials, and the quality is comparable. What this means is that the other company decided to use the fact that they have millions (if not billions) of dollars in reserve and are intending to wait it out, until you go bankrupt, before rising the prices again - that is how some peoples idea of a free market (as in a market that has NO regulations at all) would work in practice. Suddenly it does not look like FREE market at all, does it?

                                                                            • Chop2009
                                                                              Chop2009  5 days back

                                                                              Ok but where was the FCC when GOOGLE bought youtube and started fucking it up? That happened even with 'Net Neutrality' Rich!

                                                                              • Dracodacolina Draco
                                                                                Dracodacolina Draco  6 days back

                                                                                oh yeah yt recommends me a vid 1 week later

                                                                                • Jolis Parsec
                                                                                  Jolis Parsec  6 days back

                                                                                  Net neutrality? More like net neutralized, amirite? Good riddance to it by the way. 🤣

                                                                                  • Owen Yin
                                                                                    Owen Yin  6 days back

                                                                                    Epic

                                                                                    This is similar to the car industries opposing repealing emissions standards n things; now that companies have chosen a side(in this one, definitely the wrong one) they either have to implement the things they want to do with net neutrality repealed, but be barred from doing so in some states and so have to spend money and time in differentiating between connections in separate areas and how they are handled, or they have to stick to net neutrality standards anyways. It wouldn’t be financially profitable anymore :^)


                                                                                    Epic gamer move by the judge there.

                                                                                    • Joseph Pentony
                                                                                      Joseph Pentony  6 days back

                                                                                      Wasn't this the point of repealing it in the first place? To leave it to the states? That's how federalism works... this is nothing new.

                                                                                      • Accuracy158
                                                                                        Accuracy158  6 days back

                                                                                        If you used your own brain and it wiped with public school propaganda you would know we should abolish the state...

                                                                                        • The Silent Observer
                                                                                          The Silent Observer  6 days back

                                                                                          I really like Ben Shapiro, but I feel like he is completely disconnected from reality when it comes to net neutrality. This is one of those things I can't agree with him on.

                                                                                          • Jordan Castillo
                                                                                            Jordan Castillo  6 days back

                                                                                            Ajit pai needs to get Cream Pie'd

                                                                                            By large sweaty men

                                                                                            • Flowzerker
                                                                                              Flowzerker  6 days back

                                                                                              I need net neutrality so I can play stah wahs game.

                                                                                              • John Mann
                                                                                                John Mann  6 days back

                                                                                                A huge loss for consumers.