Friday, December 15, 2017

FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai wants to Laugh in your Face!!!

So what does repealing net neutrality mean to Americans? That's simple, ISP's can now do what they couldn't do, with no restrictions until of course they get caught. That's why we have regulations, protections, that prevent bad things from happening:
Those rules prevented internet providers from blocking and throttling traffic and offering paid fast lanes. 
If you thought your internet phone connection was your lifeline to help, it isn't anymore, thanks to FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai's repeal of Title II. Soon you may not be able to afford it:
They also classified internet providers as Title II common carriers.
After Ajit Pai slam dunked the repeal of net neutrality, he taunted the losers with an in your face condescending Christmas message. He even used the ultra right wing's fake news propaganda network The Daily Caller. PC Gamer:

Smirking FCC chairman posts video mocking net neutrality supporters.




Pai's bad judgement didn't stop with the video. He also didn't mind appearing next to a conspiracy drenched "alt-righter:"
One of the people who appears in the video, during the "You Can Still Ruin Memes" bit, is Martina Markota, a video producer for The Daily Caller. Markota's website includes links to a video called "Come to Pepe," the alt-right frog mascot, and another on Pizzagate, the infamous conspiracy theory about a child sex ring run by the Democratic Party out of the basement of a Washington DC pizzeria. That video has since been removed...
...that's not entirely true:



Another Republican fiasco...:
Moments before the FCC voted to overturn net-neutrality regulations, the hearing room was briefly evacuated over a potential security threat ... a security team scanning the empty room with bomb-sniffing dogs. “On advice of security, we need to take a brief recess,” Chairman Ajit Pai told the room before the evacuation. Security advised those in their room to leave their belongings behind; reporters waited in the hallway until the room was cleared for re-entry. The commission eventually voted 3-2 to end the Obama-era rules.

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